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Spore print color would help here. General appearance --short/stubby/thick-stalked-- suggests genus Cortinarius. But grayish tint seen on gills suggests Leratiomyces (or possibly Stropharia). 

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Matches pretty well by appearance with Pholiota highlandensis. But, P. highlandensis is a species that occurs on burnt ground. 

I think this mushroom may represent a species from the group Cortinarius variicolor. Or maybe Stropharia corinilla     http://www.mykoweb.com/CAF/species/Stropharia_coronilla.html  But, the lack of a well-formed annulus (ring) on the stalk points away form S. coronilla. 

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