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Those are not actives, they are Mycena. They are very likely to contain the mycotoxin muscarine. They have white spore prints.
The next ones could be a species of Amanita, likely toxic.
The last one is either Suillus or Boletus. It isn´t active but might be toxic or edible depending on what species it turns out to be.
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That last one does it have a red pore surface? If it does avoid eating it...no bolets with red pores are good to eat.
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