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Offlineradiohead
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Small find in Flint, MI (need ID)
    #1494100 - 04/25/03 08:05 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)






Hi, this would be my first post (I think). I found these outside my house in a planter. I think they could possibly be sub. pans, but I am not sure. The spore print turned out to be black, although you can see the stems do not bruise blue. Please help, thanks :smile: 


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Re: Small find in Flint, MI (need ID) [Re: radiohead]
    #1494111 - 04/25/03 08:14 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

I'm fairly sure they are Coprinus micaceus. They aren't psycoactive.


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Re: Small find in Flint, MI (need ID) [Re: Ase] * 1
    #1494118 - 04/25/03 08:18 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)



Ahh..

You appear to be correct, sir.
Thank you.


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Re: Small find in Flint, MI (need ID) [Re: radiohead]
    #1494222 - 04/25/03 09:29 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Yup, Coprinus species.

mj

Very nice photograph. What kinda camera are you using?



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Re: Small find in Flint, MI (need ID) [Re: radiohead]
    #1494382 - 04/25/03 10:55 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Looks like the others got here first.

They look like Coprinus micaceus, but I can't verify the mica-like granules that should be on the cap.

Happy mushrooming!


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Re: Small find in Flint, MI (need ID) [Re: radiohead]
    #1494510 - 04/26/03 12:15 AM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Wow man, everyone and their brother is finding Coprinus right now. I think I'll add something to the FAQ about Coprinus when I have time.


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Re: Small find in Flint, MI (need ID) [Re: Gumby]
    #1495158 - 04/26/03 04:37 AM (13 years, 7 months ago)

The only shrooms which shoud be in the FAQ are the hallucinogenic ones and the deadly poisonous ones. No need to confuse everyone with more shrooms then they need to look for.

I have mentioned before that for thirty years I have taught many people how too identify shrooms.

One looking for psilocybian shrooms need only look at the Chocolate to Purple brown prints of Psilocybe species and the black prints of Panaeolus/Copelandia.

That way you eliminate thousands of shrooms you need not touch or pick.


Then there are the manured species to collect. That too is limited tot he Southeast of U.S.A. to Texas.

Panaeolus subbalteatus, Copelandia sp., and P. cubensis and /or P. subcubensis.

THose grow directly form manure.

Inthe PNW.

The lawn varieties and then the woodchip varieities and then the pasture varieties which grow in grasses but not directly from manure.

habitats are important with particular species. Blue ringers and baeocystis are both grass and woodchip lovers.

mj
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