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Alex from GA

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Round several kinds of mushrooms in my yard the past couple of days and wondered what they are.  I live in inland central FL and know nothing about mushrooms.  Thank you.  Alex

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Do you happen to have any more photos? Generally it is necessary to see the mushroom's stalk, including its base, and the fertile surface (gills/pores/tubes etc. whatever is under the cap) to attempt an ID.  

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It's best to try to stick to one species per discussion.

Last set of photos:

1. Large mushroom, probably Chlorophyllum molybdites, the "Green Spored Lepiota". 

2. Little mushroom...? Photographic details are washed out in direct sunlight. 

3. Mushroom with pores instead of gills... Maybe a species of either Xerocomus or Hortiboletus. Does the cut flesh stain (change color)? Does the pore surface bruise (change color when scraped)? 

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It is always a good practice to not eat things unless you know what you are eating.  

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