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was thinking about C. atramentaria especially. But couldn’t specifically say why. Just a feeling. Something about the feathering of the edge of the gills.
Coprinopsis atramentaria or C. romagnesiana, the pics make it kind of hard to make out the important macro features. Micro could help further distinguish them from C. acuminata.
Here is a key using their old names under Coprinus.
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