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Looks in Smith’s subgenus Psathyrella in his Psathyrella book. http://quod.lib.umich.edu/...
These are hard to identify with microscopy, documenting the habitat and sometimes the taste/smell can help.
If you ever hope to know what these are, you should take very good pictures and dry good collections for someone to scope (I can try, but I don’t hold much confidence in iding these). A swiss army knife can help dig them out in out piece and a tackle box is essential for getting them home.
Edit: The cap color could be a good clue…
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