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I'll pick some more fresh mushrooms and see if they glow. I think Omphalotus is pretty close, but olearius is probably not it. I found this pic in my archives from last year, I would be hard pressed to call these the same. It forms gregariously, but only in small clusters and singularly. Also the size is much smaller, it seems they mature at around 1.5" in cap diameter, the picture below all the caps are 2".
These are growing in my parents yard, we are kinda worried they are parasitic. They are growing under 100+ year old oak trees.