The first image is of the mushroom 'host'.......I've not yet found it 'fresh' as everytime I've come across them they're in almost complete decay. They'll turn a solid black so I don't even know if they're a milky or another type. They're large and thick stemmed mushrooms........when decaying they emit a very pungent odor. The cap before the full decay seem to be of a light greyish-tan color. The rest of the photos are of the 'parasite' mushrooms I'm now finding on the first mushrooms. They're fairly small....only about 1/2 to 1 cm across.....they don't have gills and seem to have a smooth underside. My apologies for poor photos (it was pouring rain when I found them today and they're so small was unable to keep a sample) These are found in the wooded area of North East Kansas in the bluffs of the Missouri River. Mixed woods. The 'host' mushroom sometimes was just barely coming out of the ground and at other times fully 'blown' out.....growing not on wood but out of soil.