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Yeah, I was kinda thinking Hebeloma from the looks, and that can smell. Usually of radish though, although I’ve come across some that are fruity/flowery. Inocybe smell up the place too at times.
Those are brown spored though, and Collybia or Clitocybe will be white spored, should get a spore print here, and that will tell you lots pretty quickly…
In my mind there are two different species here. I think the first one is an Inocybe, the following a Hebeloma (and they always smell.. something).
Not that I know much about this one, but take a look at my obs. of Collybia oregonensis. I knew there was something about these id’s that were bothering me… what did you use to id these? The description from Arora describes a medium sized mushroom, with a chestnut brown cap, and crowded off-white gills, and a strong odor of almond extract.
These are something else. I was thinking maybe Clitocybe fragrans, but the gills should be more decurrent, and the cap thinner, so not sure about that one either.
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