Common Names: Agrocybe praecox cluster
Sub-category: Agrocybe genus
This is a catch-all for unidentified fungi believed to be in the Agrocybe praecox cluster, a grouping of Agrocybe species which can be impossible to ID based on photograph alone. They have brown spore prints, whitish to yellowish brown caps, and partial veils that often leave fragments hanging from the cap margins and fragile rings on the stems. The mushrooms range from small to medium in size, and are often found in urban environments, although some species occur in woods. They are saprobic, growing on woody debris such as wood chip piles, growing alone or gregariously; spring, summer, and fall.