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Looks like the gills are free, ie. they do not reach/touch the stalk. If so, then I think these are a species of Pluteus. Knowing spore print color would be helpful (although perhaps not conclusive, as some types of Entoloma mushrooms have gills that barely touch the stalk and spore print color very similar to Pluteus). 

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On 12/25/2021 at 6:04 PM, Dave W said:

Looks like the gills are free, ie. they do not reach/touch the stalk. If so, then I think these are a species of Pluteus. Knowing spore print color would be helpful (although perhaps not conclusive, as some types of Entoloma mushrooms have gills that barely touch the stalk and spore print color very similar to Pluteus). 

I did do a spore print on aluminum foil, it looked cream colored/off white/light light brown. It was hard to see or I would have taken a picture. Thank you for your reply. I image searched Pluteus and found Pluteus Cervinus to look most like it. Crazy how different they look from picture to picture. 

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