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It's hard to say, with a mix like that.It's possible there could be several different species growing.You'll have to be careful, even if you find some that are magic, that you don't accidently pick some other species and get it mixed up with the goodies.
If it's horse manure, there could possibly be pan subbs or some other panaeolus species growing from the pile.If I'm not mistaken,Psathyrella,Conocybe, and maybe even Coprinus might also grow in this habitat, not to mention others.
Pan subbs don't always show any bluing, and if they do it's usually at the stem base or the attached mycelium.
Go back a few days here at the hunting forum and check out Lizard Kings pics of the pan subbs, that'll give you an idea of what to look for.Mitchnast and Mj also have some good pics here somewhere. Take some photos and a sporeprint of anything you have a question about, post the results and maybe it can be identified.
Don't just look on the piles, check around the edges, and anywhere there could be runoff from rain,especially the shaded areas.
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