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An interesting lot here, may be more than one species. Do you have any shots of young specimens especially with the caps and stem in focus and not burnt out so you can see the colour well. thinking of something in the agrocybe/stropharia/psathyrella area.
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James P Deans
presumably you got through as there are now some more pictures, unfortunately I don't have any other ideas apart from the suggestions I mentioned previously which is not very helpful. Hopefully someone else will be able to help further.
I wondered why i was not familiar with this species then noticed it was not id'd in uk till 2004 and a lot of my fungi hunting was before this date.
Lat/Lng: 55.89101, -3.51872
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