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help id'ing
    #1907425 - 09/11/03 10:55 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

here are the characteristics....
a. found in tall grass in a yard well fertilized with dog shit and cat shit
b. gills are dark brown to dark purple. attached, close together
c. height- 9 1/2cm or 4 in.
d.stem is light brown going lighter towards top, hitting where veil was, then going white. spores on stem where veil was, very dark too. hollow stem, texture lloks stringy almost
e. rust colored cap. getting darker towards middle. mature ones are way darker and start to wave. earlier ones are cone shaped. has nipple on top. bell shaped
f. print color is
g. bruises none. cap gets slightly darker but that is it. same for stem
h. they smell like the pesas from a friend of mine. smell just like the dried ones. while picking them i swear it was them just by the smell. but..
this is an older one of the bunch....



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i'll post some more pics as soon as my upload limit goes back up..


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Re: help id'ing [Re: otis5]
    #1907435 - 09/11/03 10:57 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

the print color is dark brown with very very slight purple tint


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Re: help id'ing [Re: otis5]
    #1907470 - 09/11/03 11:10 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

highly unlikely that it is hallucinogenic... Don't eat,,, nice description... Sorry for my unenthusiastic opinion...


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Re: help id'ing [Re: otis5]
    #1907528 - 09/11/03 11:29 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

as gumby said in another post, perhaps Psathyrella velutina? is the cap somewhat velvetty?

dog shit and cat shit do nothing to fertilize the ground for P. cubensis. P. cubensis only grows on the dung of grazing animals with multi-chambered stomachs (cows, horses...)


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Re: help id'ing [Re: MagmaManiac]
    #1908974 - 09/12/03 11:06 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

some type of stropharia most likely.


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Re: help id'ing [Re: Mitchnast]
    #1909235 - 09/12/03 12:49 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

FUCK!!!!! i was hoping it was those pesas i threw out, so since there is no bluing it prolly isn't then.....and i gathered at least a hundred or so of them, picked every last one. guess i'll toss 'em.......piss on it all....what a trip i would've had though.......


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Re: help id'ing [Re: otis5]
    #1909281 - 09/12/03 01:08 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

wait, it DOES have potential, its just unlikely and probably not worth a risk untill you know more.
given the print and history, its possible, and its at least a stropharia if what youre saying is accurate.
dog and cat poop arent mediums for psilocybe cubensis. BUT there could be something else you dont know of.
SO

the problem here is that the pictures aren't clear enough, have a scanner? scan the freshest mushroom you can find.

you said dark brown with a bit of purple right? now, it SHOULD appear almost all purple. the brown appears as les dominant, but it should be very dark, certainly not black, but definately towards that end.

there should be very decent vails with PESA, but then it SHOULD blue at least a bit, ive never seen a cubensis that simply diddnt blue at least a bit, i can't immagine having a hundred and none of them show any bluing at all.
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so it probably isnt what YOU want, BUT what I want is to see some clearer shots because i'm curious :smile:


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Re: help id'ing [Re: otis5]
    #1909291 - 09/12/03 01:13 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

oh, that dark one, is that one brown because of spores?
if it is then thats NOT purple-brown, or at least not to me.
in which case i think you have some Agrocybe praecox or Agrocybe gibberosa, or something simmilar


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Re: help id'ing [Re: Mitchnast]
    #1909528 - 09/12/03 02:23 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

fruiting by the hundreds :-/ not reminescent of "pesas"


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Re: help id'ing [Re: MagmaManiac]
    #1909538 - 09/12/03 02:24 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

technically, growing from a lawn innoculated with water and spores is not characteristic of psilocybe cubensis.

but yah that too


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