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Offlinejaysun
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help id (sydney aust)
    #1521250 - 05/05/03 06:23 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Hey again.

went on a hunt in a park on my lunch break and found some of these mushrooms growing in mulsch(sp?) sort of just dirt/leafs/sticks/fallen bark.

and yeh to me it looks like a Psilocybe subaeruginosa or maby a P. Azurescens. just a guess i made after looking at a few pics.

Psilocybe subaeruginosa


P. Azurescens


and pics of what i found



head was taken off in this pic to make a print which is still being made :smile:




any input would be great. trying to make a pore print but my camera doesnt seem to pick up the print.. maby i need to leave it for longer??

anywho

cheers :smile: 


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Re: help id (sydney aust) [Re: jaysun]
    #1521266 - 05/05/03 06:45 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Those are a very common mushroom in Sydney.
They don't stain blue and are not psilocybes, but you I could see why you might mistake them for subaeruginosa, as they grow in the same sort of habitat. (P. Azurescens does not grow in Australia.)
Beyond that I don't know what they are, but they are everywhere around here.


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Re: help id (sydney aust) [Re: Fina]
    #1521270 - 05/05/03 06:49 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

aww :frown: okay thanks anyways ill go back out and look again :P


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Re: help id (sydney aust) [Re: jaysun]
    #1521562 - 05/05/03 12:29 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

yeah they are deffinately not subaeruginosa....i know this because subaeruginosa are the only active mushrooms i have experience with and hunt regurally =)


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Re: help id (sydney aust) [Re: fatasaurus]
    #1521949 - 05/05/03 03:37 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Those are Hypholoma (Naematoloma/Stropharia/Psilocybe/whatever, I think Hypholoma is the most current genus classification, but I've seen it under all the others) aurantiaca, you aussies have been posting them practically every other day :tongue: .  The red caps and red bruising are distinctive.  Spore print will be a dark grey-purple/brown color.  They're common in woodchips here in seattle too, they like the same habitats as the cyans.

http://www.mykoweb.com/CAF/species/Hypholoma_aurantiaca.html

DH 


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Re: help id (sydney aust) [Re: spores]
    #1529972 - 05/08/03 05:51 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

We do see aurantiaca quite commonly, and i would say that the gill colour, cap texture appear wrong for the common red-capped variant.


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Re: help id (sydney aust) [Re: Zen Peddler]
    #1530006 - 05/08/03 06:08 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

i think the bottom ones kinda look like a gym of somesort or pholita or whatever that other close genus to gyms is. peace

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Re: help id (sydney aust) [Re: blaze2]
    #1530025 - 05/08/03 06:24 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

gill colour is wrong for gyms/pholiota.... they have rusty brown spores which is evident by the gill colour in maturity...
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Hypholoma aurant. have simlilar spore colour to psilocybes and mature gills are usually very noticably purplish


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Re: help id (sydney aust) [Re: ferret]
    #1530035 - 05/08/03 06:45 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)



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Re: help id (sydney aust) [Re: Zen Peddler]
    #1531217 - 05/08/03 04:55 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

my bad i was just throwing something out there i dont really know alot about gyms i just kinda know what they look like.

also blue meanie i think that the stropharia aurantiaca go reassinging to hypholoma aurantiaca
so both of you are talking about the same mushroom. peace

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