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Wild Mushrooms from Tampa region type 1
    #10426834 - 05/30/09 10:05 PM (5 years, 3 months ago)

Habitat:
found in wooded area near a small creek by a pasture in Tampa, FL region. growing on cow manure

Gills:
black, does not stick out from under cap

Stem:
Length - 2-4 inches, diameter - 1 cm, color - white, bruises blueish and turns black, texture - small vertical grooves, hollow, thin

Cap:
Diameter - 1-2 inches, color - tan top turning white near edges, bruises blueish, texture - smooth, spherical, concave

Spore print color:
black

Bruising:
blueish to purple

Other information:
Scent of the mushroom - similar to fresh portobello



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Re: Wild Mushrooms from Tampa region type 1 [Re: ShroomRage]
    #10426989 - 05/30/09 10:39 PM (5 years, 3 months ago)

pan Cyanescens my friend. nice finds


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Re: Wild Mushrooms from Tampa region type 1 [Re: ShroomRage]
    #10427324 - 05/30/09 11:59 PM (5 years, 3 months ago)

Right on.  After filling your belly with some of those, I'm sure you'll find inspiration to fill those staves.


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Re: Wild Mushrooms from Tampa region type 1 [Re: grasshappa]
    #10427439 - 05/31/09 12:29 AM (5 years, 3 months ago)

Awesome! Also, I found a bunch of these in a different cow pasture.

type 2:

Habitat:
found in a pasture in Tampa, FL region. growing near and in cow manure

Gills:
dark brown, does not stick out from under cap

Stem:
Length - 1-2 inches, diameter - 1/4 inch, color - white, texture - small vertical grooves, hollow, kind of thick

Cap:
Diameter - 1-3 inches, color - orangish tan top turning white near edges, texture - smooth, spherical, some are concave and some are slightly convex and slightly wavy

Spore print color:
brown

Bruising:
doesn't seem to bruise blue

Other information:
Scent of the mushroom - similar to fresh portobello



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Re: Wild Mushrooms from Tampa region type 1 [Re: ShroomRage]
    #10427882 - 05/31/09 02:12 AM (5 years, 3 months ago)

The first set of mushrooms does not strike me as P. cyanescens. The little one looks like it may be bruising, but the pics are not clear enough to tell for sure.


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Re: Wild Mushrooms from Tampa region type 1 [Re: ShroomRage]
    #20502922 - 08/31/14 08:03 PM (1 day, 13 hours ago)

I have no car but im not letting it hold me back its raining tonight so tommorow looks promising.. I hear you got to hunt in cow fields how ever I live in north clear water of 162 ave. I am going into the woods to see what I get I will post pics any one that can help me what I get ill fnd you and share the goods lol. Happy shrooming.


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Re: Wild Mushrooms from Tampa region type 1 [Re: LouiseLouise]
    #20503070 - 08/31/14 08:52 PM (1 day, 13 hours ago)

Quote:

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The first set of mushrooms does not strike me as P. cyanescens. The little one looks like it may be bruising, but the pics are not clear enough to tell for sure.




I agree. I think Panaeolus antillarum


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Re: Wild Mushrooms from Tampa region type 1 [Re: HookerWithAPenis]
    #20503130 - 08/31/14 09:10 PM (1 day, 12 hours ago)

The pictures are pretty lacking.


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Re: Wild Mushrooms from Tampa region type 1 [Re: HookerWithAPenis]
    #20503138 - 08/31/14 09:13 PM (1 day, 12 hours ago)

This thread is over 5 years old guys.


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Re: Wild Mushrooms from Tampa region type 1 [Re: MidnightCity]
    #20503147 - 08/31/14 09:17 PM (1 day, 12 hours ago)

:disappointedlaugh:


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Re: Wild Mushrooms from Tampa region type 1 [Re: MidnightCity]
    #20503176 - 08/31/14 09:28 PM (1 day, 12 hours ago)

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This thread is over 5 years old guys.




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Re: Wild Mushrooms from Tampa region type 1 [Re: HookerWithAPenis]
    #20503236 - 08/31/14 09:49 PM (1 day, 12 hours ago)

Hahaha.


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