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Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) * 1
    #15105900 - 09/20/11 01:22 PM (9 years, 5 months ago)

Not exactly indicator species but i found these in the same grass where libs grow, some are associated with mosses and other decaying matter but if they're in grass and a lib could grow next to them based on my knowledge of the fields i took some photos. Non of them were found directly under trees. 
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1. Galerina marginata, ...Deadly !


2. Panaeolus papilionaceus. (more) (4)
 

3. Panaeolina foenisecii. (more) (8)


4. Panaeolus cinctulus.


5. Hygrocybe conica (Blackening Waxcap). (more) (2)
 

6. Hygrocybe.


7. Entoloma. (more) (12)


8. Entoloma.



9. Mycena galopus (Milking Bonnet)


10. Lycoperdon nigrescens.


11. Mycena.


12. Unidentified.


13. Hygrocybe.



14. Hygrocybe laeta. (more) (6)


15. Unidentified. (more) (2)


16. Conocybe. (more) (4)


17. Unidentified.


18. Tubaria.


19. Clavulinopsis fusiformis.


20. Galerina graminea.


21. Stropharia semiglobata. (more) (6)


22. Unidentified.


23. Hygrocybe coccinea.


24. Hygrocybe.


25. Hygrocybe.


26. Cystoderma amianthinum. (more) (6)


27. Unidentified. (more) (2)



28. Bolbitius vitellinus.


29. Mycena.


30. Mycena. (more) (2)


31. Hygrocybe


32. Hygrocybe


33. Unidentified.
(transparent stipe).


34. Hygrocybe calyptriformis (The ballerina).



35. Unidentified.



36. Unidentified.


37. Entoloma.


38. Unidentified.


39. Deconica coprophila.
(grows on dung)


40. Coprinus. (more) (2)


41. Parasola.


42. Parasola.


43. Unidentified.


44. Panaeolus Acuminatus.


45. Mycena.


46. Stropharia pseudocyanea. (more) (5)


47. Unidentified.


48. Gymnopus sp. (more) (5)


49. Hygrocybe chlorophana.
(slimy stipe)


50. Galerina mniophila.


51. Clitocybe.


52. Lepista nuda. (more) (3)



53. Psathyrella sp.

   

54. Unidentified.


55. Mycena olivaceomarginata.


56. Rickenella swartzii.


57. Hygrocybe vitellina.


57. Puffball.


58. Spinellus fusiger.
Parasite.


60. Fuligo septica.
This is slime mold so not really a fungus.

 



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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: Mike_yy]
    #15109898 - 09/21/11 01:27 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

Great photos man :cool::thumbup:


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: Ran-D]
    #15109966 - 09/21/11 01:46 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

excellent...it should be posted in the main UK thread...

at least a link to this thread


btw, this is a long shot being so far away in San francisco, but usually only the 'tubaria' and 'galerina' are considered dangerous.....I kind of don't think the ones in your photos are deadly *with extreme caution*


usually around the west coast of USA the tubarias and galerinas have a definite ring around the stem...could very well be different in UK

usually, tho, in both cases with the 'galerina' and 'tubaria' specia that are dangerous, it nearly always has a cinnamon colored gills and spores, fairly easy to distinguish from p. semilanceata on spores alone, much less macro  :smile:


also, neither the galerina or the tubaria will ever bruise blue or even have any indications of bluing like the psilocybe genus has, including liberty caps

neither do any of them have a white stem...nor do either of them have gelatinous pellicle you can peel off the cap


Edited by auweia (09/21/11 02:15 AM)


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: Mike_yy]
    #15109983 - 09/21/11 01:53 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

18. Galerina autumnalis



Never seen them growing from grass perhaps there is wood debris in the soil?


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: jet li]
    #15109991 - 09/21/11 01:59 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

that is true, jetli...there has been doumented cases of galerina species without the ring around the stem

Good for you to show that, however, it's not very common

again, the more important factor is that the gills and spores are rusty brown for these potentially dangerous galerina and tubaria species...It is easily separated from p semilanceata just by spore print alone (not even by macro photos)

no need to post photos here..the basic standard for your" own research are these keywords "galerina autumnalis

and more difficult 'tubaria' which is in the 'inocybe' family'

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tubaria


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18. Galerina autumnalis


Never seen them growing from grass perhaps there is wood debris in the soil?




Edited by auweia (09/21/11 02:08 AM)


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: auweia]
    #15110007 - 09/21/11 02:05 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

Is the small mushroom on the left psilocybe semilanceata?


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: maynardjameskeenan]
    #15110020 - 09/21/11 02:10 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

yes, it does look like a psilocybe, but not enough info in the photo

it needs to be turned over

it's certainly two different species next to each other


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: maynardjameskeenan]
    #15110035 - 09/21/11 02:14 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

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Is the small mushroom on the left psilocybe semilanceata?




Yes, it most definitely is.


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: elprawn]
    #15110048 - 09/21/11 02:18 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

I agree, pretty much...that's a liberty cap on the left

It's not likely to be much of any other species...the one on the right, BTW, is just a panaeolous...not dangerous, but hardly worth the trouble either

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Is the small mushroom on the left psilocybe semilanceata?




Yes, it most definitely is.




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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: jet li]
    #15110115 - 09/21/11 02:38 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

edit again....this photo is a repeat from this thread from Mikey_yy indintfied only as 'galerina'

again, it is true that sometimes 'galerina' do not have rings around the stem(that usually because of an environmental anomaly than anything else), but normally they do, and more consistently,the rusty brown gills and spore print


furthermore neither the galerinas or the tubarias have ever had any bluing reaction, nor a white stem, nor anything remotely similar to a gelatinous pellicle you can peel off the cap when wet

in fact, liberty cap, or p semilanceata, is much tougher, and more rubbery then either of those two dangerous species, with both tubaria and galerina falling apart in your fingers if you squeeze it


both galerina and tubaria are much more delicate than p semilanceata


Liberty caps are tough..not only in the way they feel, but also tough and agressive in the habitat, out in the fields, literally destroying dangerous species like this (the competition)





quote]jet li said:
18. Galerina autumnalis




Never seen them growing from grass perhaps there is wood debris in the soil?




Edited by auweia (09/21/11 02:44 AM)


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: auweia]
    #15110210 - 09/21/11 03:15 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

Beautiful post, Mike_yyy!  Nice photography! 

I did the same thing yesterday... lots of cool mushrooms in the lib field... I'll post later.

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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: Mike_yy]
    #15110439 - 09/21/11 05:33 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

That was a gorgeous post to scroll through :thumbup:


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: elprawn]
    #15110548 - 09/21/11 07:33 AM (9 years, 5 months ago)

Quote:

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Quote:

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Is the small mushroom on the left psilocybe semilanceata?




Yes, it most definitely is.




Certainly is, they don't get much closer than that,, :grin:.

Thanks for all the info auweia and the ID Jet li, it's not that far fetched that someone could find those and eat them,, :eek:.
If there's wood there it's not from anywhere obvious.


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: Mike_yy]
    #15111130 - 09/21/11 12:05 PM (9 years, 5 months ago)

Can anyone identify no.23?


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    #15111845 - 09/21/11 02:52 PM (9 years, 5 months ago)

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Can anyone identify no.23?



pholiota species?


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: maynardjameskeenan]
    #15111896 - 09/21/11 03:00 PM (9 years, 5 months ago)

Sure looks like it, but where's the wood they're growing from? Best I can come up with based on general appearance and habitat is a tricholoma species. Or perhaps a cystoderma. But both don't occur in liberty cap habitats; they're forest dwellers.


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: Mike_yy]
    #15111920 - 09/21/11 03:06 PM (9 years, 5 months ago)

A+ photography M


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: The Lightning]
    #15111966 - 09/21/11 03:22 PM (9 years, 5 months ago)

Gills on 7 remind me of a pluteus sp., but need wood I think???

Just got to say, that is an amazing collection of photos... Educational and beautiful


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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: HarryL]
    #15112302 - 09/21/11 04:37 PM (9 years, 5 months ago)

Thank you ! Here's some field pics, most of them came from here.

A. B. C.

The nearest trees are about 270-400 meters away on those banks, C's the best area for random mushies.

Edit - I added more pics so now they're shared between 3 areas. It's all the same typical Juncus grassland.



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Re: Mushrooms in liberty cap fields (UK) [Re: Mike_yy]
    #15112597 - 09/21/11 05:32 PM (9 years, 5 months ago)

cool pics! you have way more variety in your fields than me here.

could your 23 be a Cystoderma sp. ?

10 and 7 look like Mycena sp.


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