Need help ID first time (Northwest Ohio)

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  1. OH BOY 87

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    I see Russula, lactarius, inocybe, cortinarius, gymnopilus, mycena and many more genii and species. Separate them, get detailed pics of each and write detailed info for each. You should check out our how to on id requests
     
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    Some beauties there, just realised i miss going on random fungi hunts, instead of my 'there can be only one' missions :D
     
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    Thank you , too bad i let them dry out , i had them all in the same sack so i think they were contaminated , also found they had tons of what appear to be maggots and i didnt want to risk them getting out so ive sealed them a bag , maybe i can propagate the spores? I am very new to this, ive really interested in psyilocibin. Ive never tried them but i really want to but only when its right.but i am on my way to enlightenment and when I accumulate the knowledge I will be ready. Thanks for you help , i really appreciate this site