I need some help with a mushroom ID, as you can read in this thread, last year I onnuculated a couple of beech sawdust beds with this spawn. In German it is called Braunkappe, but it is a Stropharia rugosoannulata.
Today as I walked past the beds I noticed three huge caps and a couple of small ones had emerged in the beds.
This is the first time I've seen these kinds of mushrooms in the beds, so far I had seen a couple of other ones which clearly weren't stropharia, so probably other spores also got blown into the bed. This is why I want to be absolutely sure of this ID of the mushroom seeing as the bed has been contaminated. I've also never smelled or eaten wine-caps before so I'm not at all confident about the ID yet.
Looking at pictures of wine-caps online, they do look very similar. But my mushrooms don't seem to have a ring around the stem, which seems to be an important indicator of the mushroom species. They do have a couple of white frilly bits stuck on the gills, so I'm wondering if those frilly bits could have been the ring that got stuck somehow?
Hope any of you can help me determine if I should fry these up these evening with some eggs, or chuck them back in the garden because they're not wine caps.