Notes: Ok, I think this is a psathyrella, but not sure. Might be stropharia. But it is a fairly good size attractive mushroom. And I find non-cespitose groupings of these of 20-30 mushrooms at a time in the ground. But usually near woody debris.
Nice dark purple-brown spore print.
After discussion with people at the Santa Cruz Fungus Fed. fair setup (Jan 13-14, 2007), I now have these as Stropharia riparia.
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