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Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp.
    #11162756 - 10/01/09 11:39 AM (8 years, 2 months ago)

So I was out today looking for some new lib places when I found these subbs. I was looking them the whole summer but nothing was found.
Well it seem to be best year of my mushroom hunting years already. Here is some other mushroom species as well. :smile:

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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Mikael]
    #11162865 - 10/01/09 12:00 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

I have heard others explain that the gills on p. cinctulus don't come down below the margin like this (like they might on p. foe.) I'm not second guessing you by any means, just really want to learn as much as possible. What other characteristics make the distiction clear here?  I notice the dramatic rings of color on the top of the cap. They also look shorter and more thickly proportioned that other photos I recall.  Are these differences a result of geography?


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: LowcountryHunter]
    #11162869 - 10/01/09 12:01 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

Great photos by the way!


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: LowcountryHunter]
    #11162884 - 10/01/09 12:05 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

Well these Pans are pretty big and thick so there is no way that these are foes which are rather small mushrooms.

And thank you LowcountryHunter.


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Mikael]
    #11162926 - 10/01/09 12:13 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

Nice pics man, Looks like you may have some Gyms there also pic 1 second row. check spore print And the Subbs look sweet :thumbup:


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Mikael]
    #11162939 - 10/01/09 12:16 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

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I have heard others explain that the gills on p. cinctulus don't come down below the margin like this (like they might on p. foe.) I'm not second guessing you by any means, just really want to learn as much as possible. What other characteristics make the distiction clear here?  I notice the dramatic rings of color on the top of the cap. They also look shorter and more thickly proportioned that other photos I recall.  Are these differences a result of geography?




Panaeolus cintulus' gills can and often do fall below the margin.  Also,  Panaeolina foenisecii does not grow directly from manure.

Awsome pictures!

That one with the scaly stem is pretty interesting.  I bet it's either a Stropharia or Floccularia species.


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Time Ed]
    #11162943 - 10/01/09 12:17 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

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Nice pics man, Looks like you may have some Gyms there also pic 1 second row. check spore print And the Subbs look sweet :thumbup:




Thanks!
Those Gyms are Gymnopilus penetrans, not active.

It is weird that the weather is really cold, and now some subbs are coming up, but its all good.


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Mikael]
    #11162983 - 10/01/09 12:27 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

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Panaeolus cintulus' gills can and often do fall below the margin.  Also,  Panaeolina foenisecii does not grow directly from manure.

Awsome pictures!

That one with the scaly stem is pretty interesting.  I bet it's either a Stropharia or Floccularia species.




Thank you very much! :smile:
Scaly stem mushroom had grey gills when it was in more mature kind of state. Cool looking it was, never saw that before.


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: LowcountryHunter]
    #11163008 - 10/01/09 12:31 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

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I have heard others explain that the gills on p. cinctulus don't come down below the margin like this (like they might on p. foe.)




You shouldn't listen to those people.

With better lighting, pic # 10 could be amazing.  Maybe a tiny bit of flash could help.


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #11163035 - 10/01/09 12:38 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

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I have heard others explain that the gills on p. cinctulus don't come down below the margin like this (like they might on p. foe.)




You shouldn't listen to those people.

With better lighting, pic # 10 could be amazing.  Maybe a tiny bit of flash could help.




You are right, I never use flash for some reason, maybe I should start using it time to times..


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Mikael]
    #11163751 - 10/01/09 02:57 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

That scaly stem mushroom turns out to be  Stropharia hornemannii.


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Mikael]
    #11164181 - 10/01/09 04:19 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

Yes, and those on picture number 8 are Phaeolepiota aurea. Beatiful mushrooms and photos.


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Pinback]
    #11164367 - 10/01/09 05:02 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

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Yes, and those on picture number 8 are Phaeolepiota aurea. Beatiful mushrooms and photos.




Yes, that sp. is familiar to me, its a beautiful mushroom.
By the way, have you found any subbs or libs in this year?

Thanks for your kind words :smile:


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Mikael]
    #11167817 - 10/02/09 03:25 AM (8 years, 2 months ago)

No, but I haven't really looked for them. It's been a quite good year for edibles though.


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Pinback]
    #11167844 - 10/02/09 03:30 AM (8 years, 2 months ago)

May I ask the exact Pan. Cinctulus substrate in this case??

Alan is right, the composition on #10 is something else.  Nice photos!


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: IcelandicSojourn]
    #11167959 - 10/02/09 04:17 AM (8 years, 2 months ago)

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No, but I haven't really looked for them. It's been a quite good year for edibles though.




Yes, its been very good year for mushrooms!

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May I ask the exact Pan. Cinctulus substrate in this case??

Alan is right, the composition on #10 is something else.  Nice photos!




Pan subbs was growing in rotten grass, lots of pins were left to mature..
Thank you too!


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Mikael]
    #11167968 - 10/02/09 04:21 AM (8 years, 2 months ago)

Any fertilizer/dung in there that you know of?


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: IcelandicSojourn]
    #11168006 - 10/02/09 04:41 AM (8 years, 2 months ago)

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Any fertilizer/dung in there that you know of?




No dung, just well rotten grass.
I was looking that place every now and then in summer, but nothing was coming up until now, and its been frost for several nights in this week.


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: Mikael]
    #11168044 - 10/02/09 04:54 AM (8 years, 2 months ago)

Wow.  I guess I'm just used to hearing that they come up in sodded lawns or composted manure. :shrug: Good intuition on the habitat.


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Re: Panaeolus cinctulus and other mushroom sp. [Re: IcelandicSojourn]
    #11186591 - 10/05/09 02:11 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

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Wow.  I guess I'm just used to hearing that they come up in sodded lawns or composted manure. :shrug: Good intuition on the habitat.




I think that subbs are also called the "Weed Panaeolus", so I was looking them in rotten grass, among the other places..

Here is a couple of recent pics:



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