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Hi!  We got a lot of rain here in northern Maryland and a huge flush of these delicate tawny mushrooms came out on a decaying log.  Can anyone help me identify them?  Thank you! 

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Yes, a species of Xeromphalina. If on hardwood then likely X. kauffmanii; conifer then likely X. campanella. But, there are a few cryptic species that apparently can only be distinguished from these (presumably) two most common species of Xeromphalina by DNA. So, some people have been using the names X. kauffmanii/campanella group. 

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