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Sorry I don't have pics yet since my digi was out of order till recentely, but GOD! Penn State main campus has the best climate for shrooms to proliferate in!!! It was cool, rainy, and moist the week when I moved in, and I must have seen at least a dozen different types of shrooms! Didn't find anything special, but it seems like the mulch beds in the landscape sure produce a lot of shrooms here. Next time we get a good rain up here, I'm taking myself and digi camera for a tour. Do you think it would be possible to find anything "special" growing up here in the hills of appalachia in the center of pennsylvania growing around campus? The climate seems right for wood loving species, and there are farms around, although I don't have transportation to check em out. Just thought I'd let you know how the psu shroom climate is exceptional.
I would look for Panaeolus subbalteatus. I just found a bunch in Ohio, and they keep coming up, but only in one spot i found so far. With the rain the should be coming up better for you. If you click my avatar you can see a pic of what one looks like. take it easy bro