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Colorado Mushrooms ID request

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I found these mushrooms in some woodchips in the middle of some bushes.  They were all very close to each other but some of them look a little different so I am not sure if they are all the same.  They are from Colorado in Boulder. 

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I am not an expert. Compare to mushrooms in the agrocybe praecox cluster....a group of springtime mushrooms typically growing out of wood chips...

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Looks like a species of Agrocybe, and the dark brown prints --without purple overtones-- support this proposal. The name "Agrocybe praecox" is suspected to represent more than one species. 

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