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Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ * 2
    #26760967 - 06/21/20 01:21 AM (13 days, 10 hours ago)

I found these mushrooms growing in a paddock in a gully. Sometimes there are sheep there and sometimes cows but none were there that day :smile:  It was a cold day and it had been raining and the mushrooms were wet and growing from rain sodden soil. In real they appeared much darker. Once picked the caps started to lighten but I had run out daylight to take good photos.

Stem (approx.): Length 5 cm. Diameter 2 mm - 3 mm. Hollow.

Cap (approx): Diameter 2 cm -3 cm.

Spore print color: Black.





#1 #2 #1 and #2 same print.
#3 #4 #3 and #4 same print.



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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Bagels]
    #26761913 - 06/21/20 02:21 AM (13 days, 9 hours ago)

Cinc or olivaceus I reckon.


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: xthrx] * 1
    #26762047 - 06/21/20 03:34 AM (13 days, 8 hours ago)

Thanks xthrx. I saw your post of P. cintulus the other day after I found those. A very nice addition to the NZ season thread  :smile:


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Bagels]
    #26775652 - 06/23/20 01:43 AM (11 days, 9 hours ago)

Any further input would be appreciated.


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Bagels]
    #26775664 - 06/23/20 01:57 AM (11 days, 9 hours ago)

Awesome find Bagels :super:

Black print does suggest Cinc's


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: OOISI]
    #26775871 - 06/23/20 06:40 AM (11 days, 4 hours ago)

cheers OOISI


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Bagels]
    #26788169 - 06/27/20 09:48 PM (6 days, 13 hours ago)

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Cinc or olivaceus I reckon.




Does Panaelous olivaceus occur in New Zealand?

I was under the impression that Panaeolus cinctulus was the only NZ pan...


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: RogerTheRetard]
    #26788272 - 06/27/20 11:02 PM (6 days, 12 hours ago)

Yeah bro, they definitely do.


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: xthrx]
    #26788671 - 06/28/20 03:38 AM (6 days, 7 hours ago)

That's good to know.
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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: RogerTheRetard]
    #26789800 - 06/28/20 03:09 PM (5 days, 20 hours ago)

There is just the one NZ P. olivaceus observation on the inaturalist website.


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Bagels]
    #26790732 - 06/28/20 09:15 PM (5 days, 14 hours ago)

Sweet then, I have updated my list of NZ psilocybin containing mushrooms...

PSILOCYBIN MUSHROOMS OF NEW ZEALAND

- Gymnopilus luteofolius
- Gymnopilus purpuratus
- Gymnopilus sp.
(Not much is known about the psilocybin containing Gymnopilus mushrooms in NZ, they are not well enough documented to say for certain.
Gymnopilus junonius is here, but does not contain psilocybin apparently!) :shrug:

- Inocybe calamistratoides
(Probably contains psilocybin, but being Incoybe, may also probably poison you!) :shrug:

- Panaeolopsis nirimbii

- Panaeolus cinctulus
- Panaeolus olivaceus

- Pluteus velutinornatus

- Psilocybe alutacea
- Psilocybe angluospora
- Psilocybe aucklandiae
- Psilocybe fimetaria
- Psilocybe makarorae
- Psilocybe semilanceata
- Psilocybe subaeruginosa
(Other members of section Cyanescens, such as Psilocybe cyanescens and Psilocybe allenii have also been reported to occur here apparently!) :shrug:
- Psilocybe 'subsecotioides'
- Psilocybe tasmaniana
- Psilocybe weraroa


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: RogerTheRetard]
    #26791119 - 06/29/20 01:49 AM (5 days, 9 hours ago)

Thanks for the list Roger. Good work :awethumb:


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Bagels]
    #26791185 - 06/29/20 03:08 AM (5 days, 8 hours ago)

Lol don't thank me. Thank inski...


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: RogerTheRetard]
    #26791203 - 06/29/20 03:27 AM (5 days, 8 hours ago)

I don't think it's p. cinctulus due to the white stipe, perhaps it is an undescribed panaeolus


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Moria841]
    #26791210 - 06/29/20 03:35 AM (5 days, 8 hours ago)

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I don't think it's p. cinctulus due to the white stipe, perhaps it is an undescribed panaeolus




Perhaps it's Panaeolus olivaceus...


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: RogerTheRetard]
    #26791278 - 06/29/20 05:01 AM (5 days, 6 hours ago)

Thanks Moria841.  Another pic from a slightly different angle. I just checked the temp for that day and it was 12°/10° Celsius.



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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Bagels]
    #26791348 - 06/29/20 06:33 AM (5 days, 5 hours ago)

Cool picture, did you harvest those specimens?
All 7 mushrooms appear to be mature.

The jet black spores will give you the go ahead since I hear the species does not bruise blue much. :shrug:


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: RogerTheRetard]
    #26791434 - 06/29/20 08:14 AM (5 days, 3 hours ago)

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Cool picture, did you harvest those specimens?
All 7 mushrooms appear to be mature.

The jet black spores will give you the go ahead since I hear the species does not bruise blue much. :shrug:




I collected all of them but only the group of three mushrooms on the right were in good condition. The group of four mushrooms on the left were old and in poor condition (4th image) with the caps being eaten out by fungus gnat larvae.

I will have to go back and check the area.


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Bagels]
    #26791444 - 06/29/20 08:23 AM (5 days, 3 hours ago)

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Quote:

RogerTheRetard said:
Cool picture, did you harvest those specimens?
All 7 mushrooms appear to be mature.

The jet black spores will give you the go ahead since I hear the species does not bruise blue much. :shrug:




I collected all of them but only the group of three mushrooms on the right were in good condition. The group of four mushrooms on the left were old and in poor condition (4th image) with the caps being eaten out by fungus gnat larvae.

I will have to go back and check the area.



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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: RogerTheRetard]
    #26791458 - 06/29/20 08:39 AM (5 days, 2 hours ago)

Quote:

RogerTheRetard said:
Quote:

Bagels said:
Quote:

RogerTheRetard said:
Cool picture, did you harvest those specimens?
All 7 mushrooms appear to be mature.

The jet black spores will give you the go ahead since I hear the species does not bruise blue much. :shrug:




I collected all of them but only the group of three mushrooms on the right were in good condition. The group of four mushrooms on the left were old and in poor condition (4th image) with the caps being eaten out by fungus gnat larvae.

I will have to go back and check the area.



:borat:




I have spared you my best pic of the dead sheep but hmmm lol not pleasant


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Bagels]
    #26791506 - 06/29/20 09:11 AM (5 days, 2 hours ago)

They are Panaeolus cinctulus or olivaceus,  microscopy is needed to determine which one. However,  if you see any purplish or brownish color tones in the spore print it is Panaeolus foenisecii.


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Doc9151]
    #26792273 - 06/29/20 04:30 PM (4 days, 19 hours ago)

I'd say olivaceus as well. Try them out and let us know how it goes! Olivaceus seems to be mostly inactive, but don't know about NZ.


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Doc9151]
    #26793984 - 06/30/20 10:10 AM (4 days, 1 hour ago)

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They are Panaeolus cinctulus or olivaceus,  microscopy is needed to determine which one. However,  if you see any purplish or brownish color tones in the spore print it is Panaeolus foenisecii.




Thanks Doc9151 I appreciated your help. There's no doubt in my mind about the spore colour being anything other than black. Is examination of the spores by microscopy enough in this case? Do you photograph, measure them and compare them and then go bam that's it that's a Panaeolus (whichever species)?


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Bagels]
    #26794009 - 06/30/20 10:31 AM (4 days, 1 hour ago)

there's more to it than that,  you not only measure the spores, but determine if they have a germ pore. size and shape of said pore, spore wall thickness,  ornamentation if any on the spore and that is just some of the things that you have to do and look for concerning spores.  The same has to be done with cystidia, Basidia  and a whole lot more. It takes a few hours minimum and sometimes it takes days or weeks to complete everything. Measuring everything in each view is time consuming and you do averages not just one or two but I do a minimum of 50 spores and each type of cystidia and Basidia other structures.


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Doc9151]
    #26794052 - 06/30/20 11:06 AM (4 days, 30 minutes ago)

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there's more to it than that,  you not only measure the spores, but determine if they have a germ pore. size and shape of said pore, spore wall thickness,  ornamentation if any on the spore and that is just some of the things that you have to do and look for concerning spores.  The same has to be done with cystidia, Basidia  and a whole lot more. It takes a few hours minimum and sometimes it takes days or weeks to complete everything. Measuring everything in each view is time consuming and you do averages not just one or two but I do a minimum of 50 spores and each type of cystidia and Basidia other structures.




That's facinating. Did it take you long to learn the basics?


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Bagels]
    #26794128 - 06/30/20 11:52 AM (3 days, 23 hours ago)

It's taken me a few years to learn what I'm looking for/at. Learning the terminology is still an on going process because words have been substituted and added over the past few hundred years and most of the original descriptions are of European species written in foreign languages so trying to find translations can be daunting and its those older descriptions that contain words that are not used today so trying to define them is another task.

What I have realized in the past few years since I have delved more into research is that things are not what they thought and change is constant. Professional mycologist are still figuring out relationships and the true secrets of fungi haven't begun to be unlocked because very few people are looking at the chemistry of the different fungi that we know of and we haven't even scratched the surface on the undescribed species, not unknown but undescribed. There are so many unknown species out there that the pharmaceutical value alone is invaluable.


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Doc9151]
    #26794624 - 06/30/20 03:55 PM (3 days, 19 hours ago)

I was wondering if Panaeolus cinctulus and Panaeolus olivaceus have any macroscopic differentials so one would be able to differentiate cinctulus and olivaceus with the naked eye.

Or would you need to look under the microscope to tell them apart?


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: RogerTheRetard]
    #26794885 - 06/30/20 05:53 PM (3 days, 17 hours ago)

They are hard to differentiate even with microscopy and easily confused with macro characteristics alone.


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Doc9151]
    #26794993 - 06/30/20 06:45 PM (3 days, 16 hours ago)

Fuck ok. So they could even be synonyms.

Otherwise what are the microscopic differences between Pan. cinctululs and olivaceus??? Do they overlap. :lol:


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: RogerTheRetard]
    #26795001 - 06/30/20 06:51 PM (3 days, 16 hours ago)

no not synonymous but similar, DNA separates them and they don't mate.


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: Doc9151]
    #26795119 - 06/30/20 07:55 PM (3 days, 15 hours ago)

Ok cool bro good to know.


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Re: Looking for confirmation of Panaeolus cinctulus ID please.. NZ [Re: RogerTheRetard]
    #26796526 - 07/01/20 10:40 AM (3 days, 55 minutes ago)

Hmm... Olivaceus got rough spores..


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