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are these a type of cortinarius?

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Found these onthe ground in  an area where we have thrown some ash under some trees in partial shade.  Can someone help with identification? Thank you--

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Look into Lepista Nuda. Should have off white too pinkish spore print,  cort will have rusty brown print. Some corts are very toxic. Just my opinion,  wait for others.

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They appear to be blewits. L. Nuda. To make sure, do spore prints. Blewits have a salmon pink print, Cortinarius will have brown spore prints.

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I would definitely consider corts as a possibility. The brown speckling on the stem and gills is what leads me to believe this. It could possibly just be dirt but I would definitely not even consider eating it unless I get a good spore print to confirm.

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