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Help with id please, possible semilanceata?
    #24611020 - 09/07/17 10:17 AM (3 years, 8 months ago)

Hello everyone, first time poster long time lurker here.

So i was out in the forest looking for amanitas and found these tiny ones, do you guys think they are active? I'm hoping for libs but these may be some kind of psathyrella; i think the gills are kind of light colored to be libs, but from what i understand there is quite some variation to them. Am a total noob regarding this as this is my first season of hunting so please excuse any slipups in the quality of the info provided.




Habitat:
Grass in coniferous woods near a pasture, 1100M altitude, eastern Europe
All were found in a 5-10 sq meter area.

Gills:
greyish to light brown, detached

Stem:
3-8cm, light brown bruising darker, fragile, seems hollow, very thin

Cap:
from 0.1 to 1 cm, the younger ones are pin-like, light brown fading to darker, conical, some have nipples, the more mature ones seem striped

Spore print color:
In the making

Bruising:
Slight dark brownish-red bruising on some specimens stems, others no apparent bruising

Other information:
I can provide better pics, i may have exaggerated with the resizing due to the upload limits

Thanks a bunch!


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Re: Help with id please, possible semilanceata? [Re: Septimius]
    #24611092 - 09/07/17 11:10 AM (3 years, 8 months ago)

Nope, they are possibly a Galerina species. Should leave a cinnamon to rusty brown spore print.

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Re: Help with id please, possible semilanceata? [Re: Anglerfish]
    #24611174 - 09/07/17 11:52 AM (3 years, 8 months ago)

Thank you so much for your quick reply!
In the excitement of the moment galerinas slipped my mind as a possibility, that's a mistake i won't make again..

You are right, the spore prints are already turning out rusty brown as you described. Back to the fields it is then.

Thanks again kind sir!


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Re: Help with id please, possible semilanceata? [Re: Septimius]
    #24611304 - 09/07/17 12:56 PM (3 years, 8 months ago)

My pleasure. :hatsoff:

Just a tip for your further excursions and following identification requests - please make sure to
upload pictures in higher resolution, the ones posted are too small to discern important details.


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Re: Help with id please, possible semilanceata? [Re: Anglerfish]
    #24612180 - 09/07/17 08:00 PM (3 years, 8 months ago)

Look like conocybe nuda in some of pics.
Your searching wrong habitat for liberty caps.
Search the forums here for "official UK liberty cap thread"
You'll see MANY pics and learn HABITAT is key
Happy hunting. It's not quickly learned. But you'll be surprised how fast you learn to I.d. finds.

Also plz be safe with amanita.
Read up.
The substances they contain are deliriants , not transient like commonly used ones.
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Re: Help with id please, possible semilanceata? [Re: rhizoRider]
    #24613904 - 09/08/17 03:57 PM (3 years, 8 months ago)

Quote:

rhizoRider said:
Look like conocybe nuda in some of pics.
Your searching wrong habitat for liberty caps.
Search the forums here for "official UK liberty cap thread"
You'll see MANY pics and learn HABITAT is key

Happy hunting. It's not quickly learned. But you'll be surprised how fast you learn to I.d. finds.

Also plz be safe with amanita.
Read up.
The substances they contain are deliriants , not transient like commonly used ones.
:peace:




The habitat is very good for his region. It looks exactly like some spots where I find libs. The habitat seen in the pics from the uk thread won't help for eastern europe, you don't find libs here on nice green meadows with short grass.


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Re: Help with id please, possible semilanceata? [Re: reppc]
    #24615080 - 09/09/17 01:39 AM (3 years, 8 months ago)

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The habitat is very good for his region. It looks exactly like some spots where I find libs. The habitat seen in the pics from the uk thread won't help for eastern europe, you don't find libs here on nice green meadows with short grass.





:whathesaid:

I found libs in that kind habitat in Europe


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Re: Help with id please, possible semilanceata? [Re: circles]
    #24615180 - 09/09/17 03:17 AM (3 years, 8 months ago)

What region ?


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Re: Help with id please, possible semilanceata? [Re: reppc]
    #24615227 - 09/09/17 04:55 AM (3 years, 8 months ago)

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Anglerfish said:
My pleasure. :hatsoff:

Just a tip for your further excursions and following identification requests - please make sure to
upload pictures in higher resolution, the ones posted are too small to discern important details.




Will do, i was in a bit of a hurry so i really slashed the resolution when resizing, the originals were far better.

Quote:

rhizoRider said:
Look like conocybe nuda in some of pics.
Your searching wrong habitat for liberty caps.
Search the forums here for "official UK liberty cap thread"
You'll see MANY pics and learn HABITAT is key
Happy hunting. It's not quickly learned. But you'll be surprised how fast you learn to I.d. finds.

Also plz be safe with amanita.
Read up.
The substances they contain are deliriants , not transient like commonly used ones.
:peace:




Thanks for your input! This habitat was right next to a pasture full of cows and their sacred stinky droppings, the picture was taken basically at the "end" of the forest; that's what got my hopes up. Fairly sure some actives grow in that area (that or the hippies that i've met around there were truly thoroughly searching for their "lost keys" in the grass).

Regarding amanitas, i've done extensive research for a couple of years before anything, really took my time with it (mostly because my younger self thought they were "deadly", so i had to work through that). Read all the major books on the subject, all the reports and blogs and topics (ok, most) on shroomery and other forums. I believe most if not all problems stem from overdosing, wrong expectations and lack of understanding that it is a fundamentally different tool, as you've also said. Different, but just as (if not even more) powerful when treated with the respect it deserves. Strong, strong medicine. Developing a relationship is key and that takes time and patience, no hero-dosing. In that regard I also found that amanitas are great for microdosing and some anecdotal reports even say they have strong antimicrobial and antiviral properties, among other stuff. Also no tolerance buildup.



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The habitat is very good for his region. It looks exactly like some spots where I find libs. The habitat seen in the pics from the uk thread won't help for eastern europe, you don't find libs here on nice green meadows with short grass.




Thank you, i have to say i've been kinda stalking your findings posts lately.. :smile: Very helpful and informative for a noob like me in this area of the world.


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Re: Help with id please, possible semilanceata? [Re: Septimius]
    #24615993 - 09/09/17 02:48 PM (3 years, 8 months ago)

Quote:

Thank you, i have to say i've been kinda stalking your findings posts lately.. :smile: Very helpful and informative for a noob like me in this area of the world.




Glad to hear. Today I had the first successful lib hunt this year, I picked a very good amount. The habitat looks like the one in your photos, in fact it looks like the same place :laugh: Check your PMs.


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Re: Help with id please, possible semilanceata? [Re: Septimius]
    #24616040 - 09/09/17 03:17 PM (3 years, 8 months ago)

Quote:

Septimius said:
Thank you so much for your quick reply!
In the excitement of the moment galerinas slipped my mind as a possibility, that's a mistake i won't make again..

You are right, the spore prints are already turning out rusty brown as you described. Back to the fields it is then.

Thanks again kind sir!



Glad you came here for an id, that could have been a deadly mistake. Welcome to the shroomery.


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