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Heres the best photo.....sorry for the small size......These were found in a heavily manured horse feild. Some growing off the dung itself almost. They are spore printing currently and I expect an almost black colour. Anyways if anyone could help me out it would be most appreciated!!
Rained last night!!!
the spores should be dark black... those are definately panaolous campanutatus... i am a grower of those, wonderful little shits they are!
they arent so high in hallucinogenic properties as they are in their seratonin levels... a trip on these mushrooms is hardly a trip, more of a stoney feeling, with gigglyness and numbness... i would recommend growing these in large batchs, when 20-30 or more are consumed it can become a very wonderful experience..
nice find, these are common and one of the easiest of all mushrooms to identify, mainly cause of those white teeth around the edge of the cap... caps are usualy grey but can vary to a brown color...
p.s. the capped one with the white teeth is definately a p. campanutatus... but unless the others were found growing from the same strain of mycelium i would have to question, they look more like inky caps or something nutty, but your pics dont show many angles, compare those 2 darker ones with ur tan capped one... good luck!
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