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* Habitat: My yard out in the country side, grown on dirt * Location: Central Ohio, United States * Gills: Brown to Black, not connected * Stem: White, sorta tan * Spore print color: appears to be black to me, but my eyes are eh * Color that the mushroom bruises when damaged: White-ish Light Blue at base of stem
Please sort your specimens into likes before requesting an identification, it's difficult to impossible to identify a jumble of mushrooms accurately.
With that said, I agree with panaeolus foenescii.
-------------------- DISCLAIMER: I am not a professional mycologist, I study the macro/micro taxonomy of mushrooms, but I can make mistakes, I'm human, not to mention identification from pictures is difficult. If you want to eat it, varify all identifications of non actives before doing so, it's up to you to be sure we are right.