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ID please: all found in deciduous wood East England

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Old Friday 18th October 2019, 17:31   #1
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ID please: all found in deciduous wood East England

Came across these on a woodland walk today and would be interested to know what species they are. I have given tentative suggestions but suspect way off. Thank you for any help.
Jono
1. Field mushroom
2. ?
3. Shaggy parasol
4. Marginate pixie cap
5?
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Hello there,

1 - Yes, Agaricus for sure but I don't want to guess which species
2 - Riminds me of Clitopilus prunulus but I wouldn't take that suggestion too seriously without a photo of the gills
3 - Corrrect
4 and 5 are both Sulphur Tuft, Hypholoma fasciculare

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Thanks, Nick for taking the time to help with these. Most grateful
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