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ID help on some N. Louisiana finds
    #1637090 - 06/16/03 12:14 PM (13 years, 11 months ago)



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Re: ID help on some N. Louisiana finds [Re: Droopy318]
    #1637104 - 06/16/03 12:21 PM (13 years, 11 months ago)





Sorry - I messedup on the pics - I think this makes them biger?


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Re: ID help on some N. Louisiana finds [Re: Droopy318]
    #1637411 - 06/16/03 02:57 PM (13 years, 11 months ago)

Did you take a spore print?

My guess is that the spore print will come out purple brown.

They look like Psilocybe coprophilia at first glance, although there are a number of other things that it could be. Either way, they're not active mushrooms. Take that spore print and let us know what color it is.


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Re: ID help on some N. Louisiana finds [Re: Gumby]
    #1637539 - 06/16/03 03:49 PM (13 years, 11 months ago)

What about the mushrooms tells you that they are not active?


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Re: ID help on some N. Louisiana finds [Re: Droopy318]
    #1637560 - 06/16/03 03:57 PM (13 years, 11 months ago)

Just the general shape of the gills and cap.
That general shape(hard to describe it) is indicative that the mushroom you found is either Psilocybe coprophilia or Stropharia semiglobata... neither one of those mushrooms are active.


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Re: ID help on some N. Louisiana finds [Re: Gumby]
    #1637653 - 06/16/03 04:43 PM (13 years, 11 months ago)

yea probly not active but at least your on the right track. just keep looking in cow shit and maybe take a trip a little further south the closer to the coast the better chances you have in finding actives.

hey gumby i havent ever seen a coprophilia's cap come up that far before usually they keep the bell shape. i think he has at least two different species there but i do think the bell shaped ones are coprophilia. the others are so dark i have no idea.

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Re: ID help on some N. Louisiana finds [Re: blaze2]
    #1638014 - 06/16/03 07:05 PM (13 years, 11 months ago)

The majority of the mushrooms were reddish brown ans some of them had a sort of splotchy yellow ring around the top of the cap - 2 of them were a whtish greyish color and then there a row of practically all yellow ones growing in a row in a patty in the field - which I did not pic -we're going to be getting pretty substantial rain for the next week - so I think I am going to keep trying this field - many in this field were white but it appeared that they had begun to melt or something like it -but the sun hasn't been out all day and th temp. hasn't been over 80---how long does it take for the shrooms to reach maturity?


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Re: ID help on some N. Louisiana finds [Re: Droopy318]
    #1638033 - 06/16/03 07:16 PM (13 years, 11 months ago)

it they were white and melted then they were probly a species of coprinus of some sort. not active but some are edible if you get them when they are small. but you cant have alcohol for 3 days before adn 7 after eating them or something like that.


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Re: ID help on some N. Louisiana finds [Re: blaze2]
    #1638588 - 06/16/03 11:50 PM (13 years, 11 months ago)

da da da. please dont give us undetailed pictures of mass mushroom suicide to identify. they are discolored and there are probably more than one species of mushrooms there. i believe i see a few Conocybe species in there.

if on some of the gills and cap started turning a blackish goo then there are Coprinus sp. in there. we would need details and closer pics to identify them.

And some of those mushrooms do look like Psilocybe coprophilia. although i agree with earlier post that i havent seen Ps. coprophilia expanding to that almost plane shape. i would say you probably have some Panaeolus campanulatus mixed in there too from your pretty lacking description.

if you want good id's we need good description like in the stickys and pics if possible.  :wink: 


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