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I guess the first thing to do is say hi, i've registed on a few forums and this one seemed quite intriguing. Anyways I am from the Oregon area. Me and a friend of mine have been reading a lot on hunting, identifying, growing etc... We decided to go out locally and try to find our own to identify, we were amazed with how easy it was to find multiple species of mushrooms. We honestly could have had bagfulls in no time... In this one field we found an amazing amount of these cream/white with very close gills, the top of the cap is very smooth and evenly colored.. they are only cream colored, ranging from very small and we found a couple big ones that were most likely the same species (looked exactly the same and picked from same "area" ) they stems seem to remain the same size in height about a inch and a half, but the thickness differed with size more obviosuly. I was just curious if anyone could possibly identify such a mushroom growing vastly in oregon I guess, with the amount of crappy information I have provided.. I have not learned yet how to take a proper spore print, and I will remain reading and learning. I will try to post some pictures when I can.. hopefully my posts will gain a little more smartness as I venture through learning thanks you!
edit: i guess it would be useful to post where they have been found, they were picked in a old vineyard type field that still has old pieces of coroded wood standing that held the wire vines would grow on, anyways these mushrooms were found at the base of most the the wood pieces, I hope this helps some.