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I believe all the requirements of the above link have been met by the photos, except for spore print. I did not take a spore print, but from the discoloration on the dull yellow gills it appears to be orange. They are obviously growing on wood. I found them in eastern Ohio yesterday. For size note the coin. They only bruised a slightly darker dull yellow. I'm sure if they are common somebody will recognize them; If not I will go back out there and bring some home for spore printing.
Is there anything else that I have missed? Are these just boring?
They look an aweful lot like "Wood Clitocybe or "Clitocybe Ectypoides" They are beautiful shroom. My guide doesn't tell me whether you can eat them or not. The only differance is that in my picture the edges of the shroom aren't so frayed.