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OfflineDrWild
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ID help for North Carolina shrooms
    #342444 - 06/16/01 09:24 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)
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I found these in North Carolina. The white one was in my front yard, but the other onces were in or around a cow pasture.

The ones with the white stem that I found growing directly on manure brused blue on the cap but not on the stem. The ones with the LONG stems staind purple on the stem after bruising.

Any help at identifying these would be greatly appreciated.


Happy Trails,
DrWild


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Re: ID help for North Carolina shrooms [Re: DrWild]
    #342445 - 06/16/01 09:31 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)
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Heres another. Found the day after a rain. In manure. Long stem staind purple on bruising. (Cop. cyans perhaps?)


Happy Trails,
DrWild

Edited by DrWild on 06/16/01 10:13 PM.



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Re: ID help for North Carolina shrooms [Re: DrWild]
    #342446 - 06/16/01 09:32 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)
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Heres a view of the gill pattern on that long-stemmed mofo.

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DrWild


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Re: ID help for North Carolina shrooms [Re: DrWild]
    #342449 - 06/16/01 09:35 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)
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Here is a cute little parasol that I found in a grassy area near the cow pasture.

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DrWild


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Re: ID help for North Carolina shrooms [Re: DrWild]
    #342453 - 06/16/01 09:40 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)
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I found this on a rotting log

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DrWild


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Re: ID help for North Carolina shrooms [Re: DrWild]
    #342454 - 06/16/01 09:45 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)
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And today... after 3 straight days of moderate rain, high humidity, and warm nights... I happened across several hills of manure that had just begun the process of massive fruiting! Dozens of nice specimens should be collectable withing the next 24 hours. I collected one sample for identification purposes. It it attached here. The stem is hollow, the gills are dark purple/black, and the cap seems to staind blue on bruising. Im really interesed in knowing what this one is.

Thanks in advance for all your help. :-)

Happy Trails,
DrWild


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Re: ID help for North Carolina shrooms [Re: DrWild]
    #342455 - 06/16/01 09:47 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)
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Gill pattern of the ones found in the manure pile

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DrWild


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Re: ID help for North Carolina shrooms [Re: DrWild]
    #342496 - 06/16/01 11:36 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)

WEll the first Picture of the white mushrooms with the flat caps I Do not regonize.

then the second mushroom is Panaeolus As described in the post below by me. It is not psychoactive.

And the next one (3rd post) is also the same as the second. A nonpsychoactive Panaeous).

The one you posted at 9:35 pm is Conocybe tenera.

The one you posted at 940 I do not recognize.

The one posted at 945 is Coprinus atramentarius, a mushroom which will, if you have a beer and eat it, give you the nausea and discomfort associated with disulferam, which is similar in its effects to those attributed to antibuse.

And it will stay in your system for up to 7-8 days after consumption and still make you sick if you take a drink.

And the gills in the last post at 947 are also coprinus atramentarius.

mjshroomer

NExt time if you post more than one image and want it identified then numer your attachements to make it easier for someone to identify them in a particular order.

Have a shroomy day and may all of your days be shroomy.

mj

Edited by mjshroomer on 06/16/01 11:52 PM.



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Re: ID help for North Carolina shrooms [Re: DrWild]
    #342498 - 06/16/01 11:39 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)

This one is panaeolus sphinctrinus var. campanulatus Common in the dung of four legged ruminants.

It is not psychoactive. Its ring is black because the spores are black.

I also relaized it is impossible to correctly answer these because they are all posted by you.


Like how do you know what I am describing to fit which picture you posted?

Sorry. Too confusing. I'll check out how many posts above and come back and givce you a one to three four

Okay.

Mj

Have a shroomy day and may all of your days be shroomy.

Edited by mjshroomer on 06/16/01 11:41 PM.



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Re: ID help for North Carolina shrooms [Re: mjshroomer]
    #342542 - 06/17/01 12:37 AM (15 years, 10 months ago)

Ooops... sorry about the confusion. I see what you mean. Next time, I will be sure to number the specimens to avoid confusion.

Thanks for using the post-time in your reply... that worked well.

We had rain again tonite... and it looks like the temp it going to hover around 70 again through out the night, so its going to be interesting to see what pops up in that pasture tomorrow.

Again, thanks again for all your help. :-)

Happy Trails,
DrWild


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