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HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! i found these in a old growth oak forest in the coastal range in oregon. there were 3 patches about 1-2 feet from each other. the mushies in the lower right hand of the photo seem be look differently then the others, but i think they are all the same species. The mature mushies are thin stalked sharply conical 4-6 inch tall. they are brown to dark tan and they have not bruised blue yet, only has been hours. They have grey gills. Please help me id, i have an idea but i need to hear it from a few people THANX
You need to take a spore print if you want to know what they are. My guess is that you have found a common species of the genus Mycena. If this is correct, the spore print will be white. Do not eat them, they may be poisonous.