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Need an ID
    #3213733 - 10/04/04 02:39 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

I live in severna Park, maryland and today me and some friends were hanging in a park close to my house, we all decided to head home but my friend spoted a mushroom and it looked like a liberty cap so we kept looking and found quite a few. It was growing in the middle of a field at the park. The gills were borwnish and a little black on some. the stem measured from 1.5 cm to 9 cmd long and the cap measured 3/4 cm to 2.5 cm wide. The stem was long and narrow and the cap was shaped like a little umbrella and was very moist. They seemed to bruise black and blue and had no particular scent. Im still working on a spore print. Here are some pic's taken from my camera phone.

sorry about the quality of the pic's and i posted in the fall liberty cap thread but no one said anything. tell me what you think about these finds.  :mushroom2:

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Re: Need an ID [Re: ItsNick]
    #3213880 - 10/04/04 03:14 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Nobody can tell you what those are because there is not enough info and photo quality is too poor. My guess is that those are not semis... cap size and shape doesn't look right.. you might have two or more different shrooms there and the description could fit to many LBMs.

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Re: Need an ID [Re: ItsNick]
    #3213964 - 10/04/04 03:28 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Those are 80% not libs I would say, they may be pan foes, a non-active shroom but common in parks etc., yet they don't even really resemble them, to me anyways. :wink:


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Re: Need an ID [Re: ItsNick]
    #3214037 - 10/04/04 03:40 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Not libs. Conocybes or Panaeolus.

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