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Welsh Mushrooms
    #11270690 - 10/18/09 01:03 PM (8 years, 8 months ago)

Habitat:
A small Welsh field, south facing, where sheep graze.  None could be found on an adjacent lawn.

Gills:
Varying off-white to brown but mostly an olive colour.  Some outliers were collected, pictured below.

Stem:
The smaller caps, about 5 cm high, 4mm across and springy.  Yellowish white.  The larger ones also had narrow stems, white turning brown, mostly 7-9 cm.  See photos for outliers.

Cap:
Mostly pointy cones.  The small white mushrooms were generally closed and very pointy so the gills were enclosed.  All the others were not as closed leaving the gills visible.  Some of the caps were fairly brown, and generally had a burnt orange patch at the centre.  Some were quite round but otherwise similar to their pointy neighbours.

Spore print color:
The darker mushrooms left black or very dark olive marks but it may have been from the gills and the rim.  The others I could hardly see on paper but am double checking.

Bruising:
Most of them bruise mainly on the stem, to olives with some brown.


















Thanks so much for any assistance!


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Re: Welsh Mushrooms [Re: Joie]
    #11271071 - 10/18/09 02:27 PM (8 years, 8 months ago)

this first ones may be some panaeolus species maybe some may be active  but i doubt  they most have dark gill and spore print black

more paneolus i guess i see some bluing i the stem but really don´t like to start a discusion  only if you can confirm or post better pictures

more paneolus aparently inactive

mycena the ones with white gills are no good to eat maybe toxic

maybe galerina wich can be fatal real deadly

entoloma y guess or mycena  deadly or toxic at least



same entoloma or mycena  deadly


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Re: Welsh Mushrooms [Re: cactu]
    #11271084 - 10/18/09 02:29 PM (8 years, 8 months ago)

The ones in the second pic are indeed ps. semilanceata. The rest is not very interesting.


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Re: Welsh Mushrooms [Re: koraks]
    #11271193 - 10/18/09 02:51 PM (8 years, 8 months ago)

cactu, thanks very much.  Lessons learned.

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The ones in the second pic are indeed ps. semilanceata. The rest is not very interesting.



Thanks, I was reluctant to accept it but looking at other threads that's what I'd come to suspect.  Shame but at least I can go back.


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Re: Welsh Mushrooms [Re: koraks]
    #11271210 - 10/18/09 02:56 PM (8 years, 8 months ago)

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koraks said:
The ones in the second pic are indeed ps. semilanceata. The rest is not very interesting.



you are right:thumbup:  some of then are diferent be carefull op use the ones with purple-brown gills and that bruise blue


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Re: Welsh Mushrooms [Re: cactu]
    #11271258 - 10/18/09 03:07 PM (8 years, 8 months ago)

Wicked, thank you.  I guess I have enough.


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