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Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas?
    #11361169 - 11/01/09 08:28 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Hey guys, here are a few photos from a successful hunt recently in Myanmar (Burma) of some luscious Pan cyans.

In the photos there seemed to be two individual variants growing - classic looking Pans, and also some strange/orange red capped varieties next to them. Perhaps this was environmental, eg sun exposure, or perhaps they were simply a species I am not familiar with, but they bruised strongly blue.

Firstly here are some habitat shots from the 2 sites we had luck.

Site 1 - Side of the road, one large manure pile collected by locals as fertiliser. It appears that the manure has run through the grass and created a perfect mushroom heaven -



Site 2 - 5 or 6 large manure piles, the same as before. Stacked under the shade of some large trees again on the side of the road -



Site 1 - Here are the photos of the 2 specimens collected at site 1...

Now I know there are definitely 2 species of Pans in these photos, cyanescens and another, non-active one -



A close up of some of the cyans hidden in the grass -



And a close up of the non-active pan species found mixed with these -



Now here are the photos of the interesting red capped species found at this site -



They were growing side by side with normal coloured Pans which makes me think that it can't be environmental -



A large specimen -



And some small specimens -



And some photos of them mixed in with the classic Pans to show how different they were -



Note the bluing on the base of the stem of this red capped one -



And the two collections seperated -



These are the photos from site 2, of which I didn't get a lot - it was getting late when we spotted them and we still had a long way to go, and there were so many that we picked as fast as we could without time for pics. There weren't many red capped ones found at site 2 however...



Some prints were taken back at the hotel of the best looking of the two seperate specimens -



And some random jungle mushrooms we saw trekking -



This has been an amazing experience, and these were very strong - lets just say there is one Burmese trekking guide who's life will probably never be the same again... :tongue:

And while your here, A friend just told me about this site - click on this link to 'explore the fungiverse' -

http://www.fungiverse.com

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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: _OttO_]
    #11361181 - 11/01/09 08:35 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

nice find :thumbup:


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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: dicky21]
    #11361229 - 11/01/09 08:58 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Good finds!! I like that unknown jungle mushroom you found. Are they a form of Stinkhorn?


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    #11361289 - 11/01/09 09:26 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Jeeesus H. Christ man! :scaryshroom:


There is so much psilocybin in the ground it has leeched into the other pan. vars. that are present :lol:


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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: LouiseLouise]
    #11361329 - 11/01/09 09:43 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Very nice! I wish I would have been there, during the "moist season". Damn! Well, next time:cool:


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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: lqdtrance]
    #11361741 - 11/01/09 12:00 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

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Good finds!! I like that unknown jungle mushroom you found. Are they a form of Stinkhorn?



Looks like a coprinoid to me...?


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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: _OttO_]
    #11363624 - 11/01/09 06:00 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

nice thread


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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: LowcountryHunter]
    #11366086 - 11/02/09 12:30 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

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Good finds!! I like that unknown jungle mushroom you found. Are they a form of Stinkhorn?



Looks like a coprinoid to me...?




Perhaps - I have no idea what they are, but they look like they are just pins in that shot.

Does anyone have any theory's on the red/orange capped Panaeolus?


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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: _OttO_]
    #11366099 - 11/02/09 12:33 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Maybe a Copelandia or maybe closer to papilionaceus.

Microscopic examination would really help in this case!


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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #11366139 - 11/02/09 12:39 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Well Alan if you would like a print, your most welcome... :thumbup: :smile:

Are there any active papilionaceus species?


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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: _OttO_]
    #11367700 - 11/02/09 10:42 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Nice finds OTTO.... Long time no see man!:thumbup:


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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: YESSUP]
    #11374274 - 11/03/09 03:26 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Hey YESSUP! Thanks mate - yes it has been a long time - Ive not been on the net much because we've been a long time on the road...


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    #11374354 - 11/03/09 03:44 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

Good thread and nice finds. :thumbup:


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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: _OttO_]
    #11374361 - 11/03/09 03:45 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

I'd be really interested to know what they are as I found these myself a couple of times where I live.

I thought they were some kind of pan foes, i don't know why. What i noticed in my case is that they were bigger than the cops cyan.

Nice finds bro, looks like you had an amazing time :thumbup::thumbup:


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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: _OttO_]
    #11375201 - 11/03/09 10:11 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

I'm pretty sure those red/orange cap Pan's are an active species!

Nice finds:thumbup:


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Re: Burmese Panaeolus cyenscens and a strange red capped Panaeolus variant? Any ideas? [Re: shroomgatherer]
    #11380823 - 11/04/09 01:04 AM (8 years, 1 month ago)

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I'm pretty sure those red/orange cap Pan's are an active species!

Nice finds:thumbup:




They are definitely active - extreme bluing reaction and quick.


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