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1: Growing on dung/Red clay interface Everything else is self explanatory...
Is this the same, in adult form?
2: Dung lover Spore print white as white can be No staining, but bleeding a bright orange when cut
Here you see the bleed
3: A giant non stainer Dung-red clay interface again Spore pritn yellowish turning greenish with age Red bleeding when cut
In age as compared to fresh (ish)
4: Some wood ears growing next to whatever that guy is
5: Ive seen these before, but dont know what this is. Anyone?
Slice and dice
6: The peanut mushroom
Looks like someone threw some peanut shells on the ground Growing out of an ant hill (I cant forget that, the little bastards crawled up and bit in unison, and i still have little blisters and scabs from it, 4 days later) They didnt print at all.
I wish architects could learn to make something like this for us to live in or around.
Going out for a few days, so will be back to check in and see what you guys think and tons of more pics.
1-3 are lepiotas, possibly you've got l. cristata somewhere in there, but I'm not very much at home in the lepiota genus. Smaller lepiotas such as the ones you have there should be considered potentially poisonous.
The last species I would put close to the parasola genus, but I'm probably not making sense anymore; it's really just a guess.
The ones in between should be pretty easy to look up in a good guide, but I just put mine in the living room and I'm too lazy right now to get off my ass and get them