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Species of what are called "Inky caps". Notice how the caps are dissolving into a black substance near the margins, and how the gills are black. Probably a species of Coprinellus. 

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15 minutes ago, Dave W said:

Species of what are called "Inky caps". Notice how the caps are dissolving into a black substance near the margins, and how the gills are black. Probably a species of Coprinellus. 

I agree with Dave. Could be mica caps (Coprinus micaceus), based on the glistening particles on the young tan one that have disappeared on the older ones. If you come back in a few days you will possibly find they will all be autolyzed "melted".

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7 hours ago, Dave W said:

Species of what are called "Inky caps". Notice how the caps are dissolving into a black substance near the margins, and how the gills are black. Probably a species of Coprinellus. 

Thank you both for the reply very interesting!

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