The first/forth Photo I am thinking is the 'Ink Cap' almost positive on this one but some confirmation would be nice. It grows in the grassy/mossy lawn under semi shade. slight sloping ground. they grow in clusters but not under any particular tree. Though the property is surrounded with conifers, birch/alder and black berries. The second/fifth photo is of what I can only surmise as being a russala species. Bulbous base dense flesh. white gills, normal mushroom scent. a hearty mush. they seem to be growing under the cedars and conifers throughout the yard. (3acres) So many of them just pushing up from under the moss. they are big too, some are fist sized and smaller. the older ones seem to have a cracking cap as you can see from the photo. The third is what I can only see as being a Bolotus editus? or brown bolete. I will cut and see if a color change takes place but i am sure that nothing will happen as ive seen these for 3 years running now. Thanks allot for your help in id. I want to know if i can EaT em! lol im a hungry woodsman.