Hi guys, total newbie here so apologies in advance lol. Just starting to venture into the world of foraging and want to learn as much as I can! As a start, I have done some research on the different parts of the mushroom used for identification and think I have successfully identified my first one
However, on my trip out I found two different species and the second one has me a little stumped.
The first three photos I believe to be Marasmius Oreades, if anyone can confirm I'd be very grateful. The cap was about an inch wide which should put the rest of the picture in perspective I hope. There were three of them together, i photographed the largest of the three
The second three I'm not sure on, I believe it to be Agaricus but not sure on exact species, again any help is greatly appreciated
Both specimens were found in a park open grass, adjacent to a small area of scrub and woodland (the woods surround the park in which I found them). The park is in the middle of an urban area, but away from main roads. Trees nearby include plenty of Rowan trees, a few birch trees and some others I can identify yet. (hadn't read the forum when I was out looking so didn't know that would be relevant, will observe more next time round)