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Offlineohioscott
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need help with Northeast Ohio Mushroom ID
    #3171456 - 09/23/04 08:47 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

hey fella's! I have been checking out the shroomery for about a year now and have done quite a bit of hunting with absolutely no success. I have read all the descriptions and hunting tips etc. and I have recently come accross some pretty crazy looking mushies. I read that psylocibe caerelupes grow in Ohio and I think I may have found some but I'm not quite sure. Dont have any pics just yet but here is what they look like... Most were fairly small (biggest cap about 1 1/2 inches) with bent semi-brown / lilac stems and a light brownish cap. The thing that really caught my eye tho was that the gills were lilac to dark purple! Some were so purple that the whole shroom had a purple tint. It looks like there is some blueing on the stems, but its hard to differentiate between the purple and blue! I found them growing in abundance on a shady slope right by a small stream. I read that caerelupes can have lilac gills, but all the pictures i have seen of them have been more of a chocolate brown, other then that they look nearly identical. I was also wondering if there is any possibility that there are other types of "shrooms" in my area growing wild besides caerelupes and gymnopolis. Thanx for your time and help.
-Scott-


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Re: need help with Northeast Ohio Mushroom ID [Re: ohioscott]
    #3171797 - 09/23/04 09:54 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Panaeolus subbalteatus...look in horse shit and stable shavings/rotting haypiles...I don't know much about caerulipes because I've never found it...it'd be a lot easier to ID if you had pics too...good luck


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