|Smooth, round cap, brown stalk. The biggest are about 4 inches across the cap. They're dense and heavy for their size.|
|White gills, separated from stalk.|
|As they age, the gills shrink and blend together, the cap broadens out.|
These are growing where Laurie put down steer manure, and probably came from the pasture where the cattle fed. Even though this mushroom almost matches yesterday's at first, it never achieves the uninhibited twistiness of the cherry tree root 'shrooms.
Searching through my Guide, and on the web, I see many similar, none exactly like these. I won't try tasting these, either.