Notes: These looked like they might have a purple brown spore print. They are growing on some tree roots near a creek bed.
Sorry for the grainy pictures, the ISO was set too high.
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Cap surface is cellular, spores are 8 – 10 × 5, elongated-ellipsoid with a germ pore.
Looks like a hollow and brittle stem there in the first picture. And growing on wood..
Looks to have a mottled gill face? Panaeolus? Check the spores, to see are they coco-brown, smooth with germ pore, and the cap surface is it cellular or fibrous?
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