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ID help: Hypholoma fasciculare?

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Spore print color would be very useful here. Despite the lack of dark/velvety stems, I think these may be Flammulina velutipes. Although, I have seen Hypholoma fasciculare (or perhaps a very similar green-gilled species) during spring. 

Hypholoma mushrooms have dark purple-brown spore print (best seen when a thick print is collected). Flammulina mushrooms have starkly white spore print. 

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