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OfflineCarpenter Dude
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Found these in the Northern Oregon Coastal Range
    #15332371 - 11/06/11 08:32 PM (2 years, 9 months ago)

Habitat:
These were found under some briar in an area that's flooded yearly.  They were growing out of some moss.
Gills:
Brown/Dark Brown
Stem:
Up to six inches tall and an quarter inch wide., Whitish grey to brownish at base. "HAIRY" and solid.
Cap:
One specimen had cap that was an inch and a half wide. Brown cap that looks almost hairy when the drying process begins.

Spore print color:
Brown?  I saw a brown ring on the paper.

Bruising:
Bluish green at base of stem and on mycilium when pulled.

Other information:
The mushrooms smell like absolute shit once I started drying them.







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Re: Found these in the Northern Oregon Coastal Range [Re: Carpenter Dude]
    #15332403 - 11/06/11 08:38 PM (2 years, 9 months ago)

toxic inocybe.


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Re: Found these in the Northern Oregon Coastal Range [Re: maynardjameskeenan]
    #15332410 - 11/06/11 08:39 PM (2 years, 9 months ago)

Inocybe calamistrata


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Re: Found these in the Northern Oregon Coastal Range [Re: Carpenter Dude]
    #15332488 - 11/06/11 09:00 PM (2 years, 9 months ago)

Thanks guys.


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Re: Found these in the Northern Oregon Coastal Range [Re: Carpenter Dude]
    #15332635 - 11/06/11 09:29 PM (2 years, 9 months ago)

Great ID request! I love when people take their time and make quality ones like this. Cool looking Inocybe too :thumbup:


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Re: Found these in the Northern Oregon Coastal Range [Re: suchen]
    #15332652 - 11/06/11 09:33 PM (2 years, 9 months ago)

I'll mention it again.  As far as I know these are toxic and do not contain any psilocybin, despite what some sources say. 

Cool mushrooms though.


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Re: Found these in the Northern Oregon Coastal Range [Re: Carpenter Dude]
    #15332701 - 11/06/11 09:42 PM (2 years, 9 months ago)

I googled Inocybe calamistrata and this is exactly what I found. I glad I only picked four. Would have been a waste of a cool mushroom to have picked the gigantic patch only to find out they don't like being eaten.


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