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First off, I'm wondering if the photos were taken using an artificial light source. If so, then the colors seen in the photos may not be correctly represented.

I think this is an example of a species of genus Gymnopus.

Spore print color?

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Thank you I appreciate it. I always try to get them in the natural light as I know it alters their coloring, however in some instances like this one, the mushrooms are in dark areas or it's night.  

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Recommendation: harvest a few specimens and pose them in an area where natural light is all that's required for the camera/phone to function optimally. 

How would you describe the natural color(s) for the cap/stipe? Gills appear to be pale...if not white.

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