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can’t tell what the small ones are. In future postings please have only one species in each post. Thanks.
Keep in mind, I have about 5 of these gigantic caps. They’re all dark gilled, with feathering of white. The species I just uploaded was growing in the same patch of wood chips, but has a distinctly differently shaped cap and stem.
I think the big one may be Stropharia rugosoannulata, the others Tubaria something.
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