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I'm pretty certain these are Cuphophyllus colemanianus. Cap diameter for this species is listed as 1-5 cm; a little brownish mushroom. Color seen in online photos varies from beige/gray to tan to light brown. The widely spaced decurrent gills with veins on them is a combination that points toward genus Cuphophyllus. Many field guides list these species under the genus heading Hygrocybe... or Hygrophorus if your guide is kinda old. 

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