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OfflineLofetospoon9
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ID what do we have here
    #25000945 - 02/17/18 12:14 PM (3 years, 2 months ago)



Habitat:
Small colony found on cow dung in pasture in south lousiana.

Gills:
White/Grey mostly unattached

Stem:
Stems only a few mm thick, about 5 cm long on bigger ones

Cap:
About a cm wide on most, post spore drop still concave. Generally spherical. Solid brown/bronze

Spore print color:
Black

Bruising:
Brown

Other information:
The ones on the left are the ones I refer. I found them near the cubes I regularly pick, which are on the right. They are much darker and I can't see any blue forming, just black. They were different enough to be cause for alarm. But are they edible? Is it differing strains, or mutants, or another species?


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Re: ID what do we have here [Re: Lofetospoon9]
    #25001002 - 02/17/18 12:34 PM (3 years, 2 months ago)

Possibly Deconica sp., but gill shots would help.


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Re: ID what do we have here [Re: Anglerfish]
    #25001026 - 02/17/18 12:44 PM (3 years, 2 months ago)

Inocybe praetervisa?

At first glance I thought Bolbitius tortellini but Inocybe praetervisa seems like a better fit...

I can't say...

I know I have seen those before, I just can't for the life of me remember the species...

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Re: ID what do we have here [Re: Ibex-Trismegistus]
    #25001033 - 02/17/18 12:45 PM (3 years, 2 months ago)

Wait, on cow dung?

You are SURE those were coprophilic, and not growing from the grass?


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Re: ID what do we have here [Re: Anglerfish]
    #25001045 - 02/17/18 12:50 PM (3 years, 2 months ago)

Yes they were all in cow dung


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2) All living things contain one or more cells
3) All living things use energy.
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7) Living things can reproduce.
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Re: ID what do we have here [Re: Ibex-Trismegistus]
    #25001059 - 02/17/18 12:58 PM (3 years, 2 months ago)

Ok, that changes everything, I can't believe I missed that detail initially...

Bolbitius titubans and Deconica coprophila are your most common coprophilic fungi with gray fading to cinnamon gills...

But I can't say.

Its been way too long since I have identified wild fungi, I am incredibly rusty...wait for a trusted identifier.


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'Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.-Confucius —

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