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The second picture on your list is velvet foot. Should be a black on the lower stem. The third picture could be honey mushrooms,they grow in groups on stumps and dead wood. Nice group of pics
Thanks, Smokey! I did a little reading on the velvet foot, and it said it's best to do a spore print before eating, because there is a very deadly lookalike. I'm glad I'm just taking pictures for now. I did find a HUGE patch of really nice puffballs. Now that I'm paying attention, I'm really surprised at the number of different fungi in my woods. I didn't realize there was so much variety.
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