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These mushrooms were picked in some tall pines. They were growing in the big layer of pine needles covering the ground. I don't know if the big ones are the same as the little ones but I found them in the same general area. There are lots of patches of little ones ranging from brown to tan colored with white to tan gills as they mature. They are probably some common mushroom but they looked similar to some active species. Can anyone determine what these are?
Looks like you have multiple species in there. The smaller white gilled ones resemble mycena species. I can't really tell what the rest are without more information or photo angles (can only see the caps). Check the forum guidelines for how to post an ID request and maybe someone will be able to help. None of them appear to be active.
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