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Three different species. ID plz.
    #25651131 - 12/01/18 07:40 PM (2 years, 2 months ago)

Hi i found these 3 different types of mushroom can someone help me id  are the ones nexto the penny panaeolus



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Re: Three different species. ID plz. [Re: luckyfind420]
    #25651165 - 12/01/18 07:56 PM (2 years, 2 months ago)

Pan sp. cort sp. and mycena sp. I do believe!


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Re: Three different species. ID plz. [Re: BareheadSemilance]
    #25651187 - 12/01/18 08:15 PM (2 years, 2 months ago)

thanks that would be realy cool to find some panaeolus


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Re: Three different species. ID plz. [Re: luckyfind420]
    #25651217 - 12/01/18 08:29 PM (2 years, 2 months ago)

In the first pic, top left is Chroogomphus
...top right I think is probably something in the Entolomataceae
...bottom is Panaeolus possibly P. cinctulus


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Re: Three different species. ID plz. [Re: inski]
    #25651245 - 12/01/18 08:46 PM (2 years, 2 months ago)

thanks the 1st one looks a lot like Chroogomphus vinicolor from some pics i just saw online. how can i tell if they are cinctulus im geting a print now, got a decent microscope if that can help. or more pics?


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Re: Three different species. ID plz. [Re: luckyfind420]
    #25651528 - 12/01/18 11:35 PM (2 years, 2 months ago)

microscopy will help you determine if it is cinctulus vs the other active pans i believe. not sure what you are looking for though lol, maybe sulphidia or lack there of to rule out fimicola. i bet the print will come out black and id say you have an active panaeolus for sure


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Re: Three different species. ID plz. [Re: Katz 206]
    #25651562 - 12/02/18 12:07 AM (2 years, 2 months ago)

relay thats awesome its looking dark bit ill gunna give it some more time. im mostly looking for active wood lovers but im very happy to find other actives. iv been wanting but not trying to find active panaeolus.


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Re: Three different species. ID plz. [Re: luckyfind420]
    #25651594 - 12/02/18 12:30 AM (2 years, 2 months ago)

ive found a ton of panaeolus while trying to find stuntzii lol... but at least i did manage to finally find stuntzii this season! never really payed much attention to panaeolus either, but ive just found so many this season i decided it look out for em. i just find em when i walk my dog around the neighborhood lol.
i always think its fun/interesting finding new active species.


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Re: Three different species. ID plz. [Re: Katz 206]
    #25651758 - 12/02/18 04:59 AM (2 years, 2 months ago)

sweet hopefully this find helps me id them in the future, cuz they dont stain blue its a bit more tricky to id them.. i think ill go back tomorrow and grab a few more if i can. are they worth eating?


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Re: Three different species. ID plz. [Re: luckyfind420]
    #25651989 - 12/02/18 09:34 AM (2 years, 2 months ago)

dont really know, never tried em.. they are pretty weak but people trip on stuntzii and according to the shroomery potency, cinctulus are quite a bit more potent then the former.

you might need to get like 3g-5g or so. and probably make tea or lemon tek or similar.

the best way i use to identify, is the stem and the gills. they will be molted, and darker, like black-grey-dark chocolate. foenisecii has gills that are much more lighter brown.
the stem is also quite a bit darker as a rule then foenisecii's. they usually have a near white stem.
and i also find foenisecii to be much more fragile then the active panaeolus

im sure anything active you find is worth trippin on if you have enough and the right tek!


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Re: Three different species. ID plz. [Re: Katz 206]
    #25652492 - 12/02/18 02:58 PM (2 years, 2 months ago)

Spore print came out realy dark id say black



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Re: Three different species. ID plz. [Re: luckyfind420]
    #25652894 - 12/02/18 07:14 PM (2 years, 2 months ago)

went back today with my phone charged to get some pics do they all look legit.




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