Posted by John 5/26/13

John: These are clustered, medium to small, tan colored with a relatively tall and narrow hollow stem, no ring, doesn't break like chalk.

Dark brown spore print, I have seen similar ones in many places this week.
The cap is surprisingly fragile and not very deep at all, maybe one centimeter.

They turn quickly (the fruiting body is not long-lived). I am sure that I will get better on the official lingo the longer I'm in the OMS.

Dick: Psathyrella are mostly quite fragile have a dark brown spore color and most often are found growing on wood or woody debris. It seems likely that this is what you are finding.

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