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OfflineMycoplasmic
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ID request: Found these in my back garden :)
    #11350653 - 10/30/09 11:05 AM (8 years, 5 months ago)

Hi Everybody,

This is my first post of hopefully many.  I'm hoping some of you pros can help out an beginner with an ID:

I found this beauty and a couple of his friends in my back garden yesterday:


Habitat:
Long grass sprung from turf laid about about 3 months ago.  Found after a rainy night in the shadow of the house.  South coast of England near Bournemouth.


Gills:
Brown, see pic below:



Stem:
Length of stems is around 9cm, stem width around 1.5mm, light grey at the top getting darker towards the bottom.  bruises to brown.  Flexible.


Cap:
15mm diameter, darker brown band on the outside edge.  Dark spot in the centre. Some speckeling between the tip and the outer band


Spore print color:
This is the first spore print I've ever taken, I'm quite proud of how it has turned out :smile:
Looks jet black though:


Bruising:
Not a great deal.  Stem seemed to bruise from a light grey at the top to a darkish brown.

So, any ideas?  Have the libs arrived in my garden to say hi or are they just LBMs?

Rgds,

Mycoplasmic


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Re: ID request: Found these in my back garden :) [Re: Mycoplasmic]
    #11350973 - 10/30/09 12:23 PM (8 years, 5 months ago)

Looks like a Panaeolus, which one, I don't know.


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Re: ID request: Found these in my back garden :) [Re: Agent 47]
    #11350992 - 10/30/09 12:26 PM (8 years, 5 months ago)

I've never found them myself, but I've got a good hunch those are pan subbs!

Wait for a TI, though...


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Re: ID request: Found these in my back garden :) [Re: Agent 47]
    #11351129 - 10/30/09 01:06 PM (8 years, 5 months ago)

Thanks for the responses so far guys, it is much appreciated.

Especially thanks for pointing me at panaeolus / panaeolus subbalteatus, from there I've been able to focus in on some specifics.  The top link in Google for panaeolus subbalteatus is of course shroomery :smile:

http://www.shroomery.org/9608/Subbedhunter420s-Guide-to-Hunting-and-Identifying-Panaeolus-subbalteatus-P-cinctulus

One point leaps right out:

"Subbs grow abundantly on newly laid lawns. The newer the lawn, the better the chances of them being there."

I'd love to hear what a TI thinks...


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Re: ID request: Found these in my back garden :) [Re: Mycoplasmic]
    #11352909 - 10/30/09 06:09 PM (8 years, 5 months ago)

definitely subbs.

but not definitely im no TI :]

but definitely..


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Re: ID request: Found these in my back garden :) [Re: Mycoplasmic]
    #11352932 - 10/30/09 06:13 PM (8 years, 5 months ago)

Those are Panaeolus cinctulus, aka subbs.


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Re: ID request: Found these in my back garden :) [Re: landsnorkler]
    #11352992 - 10/30/09 06:21 PM (8 years, 5 months ago)

congrats :] they are active but youll need a bit more than just those few.


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