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The second one could also be a Hypholoma, need more info on that one, was it on wood? The first and last one would help to have high res. photos, and need spore color to narrow down the genus.
Without a spore print the last image is too indistinct id. It could anything from a Mycena to a Tubaria. The first one looks similar to T. saponaceum, but I don’t see the characteristic pink tone in the base. If possible, higher resolution images would be helpful particularly on the first and last images. It would also be helpful to know more about the habitat. What sort of trees are in the area?
The top one looks like a Tricholoma species… but I am not too sure on that one… the second looks like another agrocybe species… the third is a bit easier that has got to be a Bolbitius vitellinus! It can always be old by its bright yellow colors that often fade with age and the rusty gills! I am not sure about the bottom one…