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Excellent post. It's very nice to see a set of photos documenting the development of some mushrooms in the wild, especially large ones like these.
Your mushrooms look like Lepiota rachodes, which is a good edible. Make sure you verify the spore print when they mature, which should be white, not green. You'll also want to verify that the tissue inside the cap doesn't bruise immediately brown when cut.