These were growing near some pines at about 2900 ft. but in a suburban setting.
The caps were up to 4.8 cm across and hygrophanous.
The spore print was a dark purplish brown and the spores were ~ 8.2-10.0 X 5.1-6.0 microns with a germ pore.
They look to be Psathyrella candolleana but the spores appear to be a little too wide.
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