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No but according to Gerhardt it is closely aligned to Panaeolus fimicola and can be read only in German in the Revision of the Genus Panaeolus by Gerhardt. East and Westerners disagree with some of his panaeolus species such as Panaeolus cyanescens, which shold really be Copelandia cyanescens, but according to Guzman they are the same mushroom following two different taxonomic pathways. That one should leave your mind numb for a few years.
mj. The late Rolf Singer of the U of Chicago diferentiated the Copelandia's as a separate genera from that of Panaeolus.