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Offlinelucid_dreamer
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What are these?
    #370158 - 08/11/01 01:07 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

Can someone please tell me how to identify pannaeolus subbalteatus and what all those big mycological words mean? I'd really like to know how to tell what's what. Here's a scan of the mushrooms I found today



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OfflineLevi7
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Re: What are these? [Re: lucid_dreamer]
    #370162 - 08/11/01 01:24 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

I, too, at one time, thought that the mature ones with the somewhat darker ring around the cap were Pan subbs.
I'm not gonna tell you that those are Foennies, because I am not too familiar with the Panaeolus complex.
However, I don't believe these are magical. I think that they are Lawn Mowers' Mushrooms. They are very, very common. Probably the most common mushroom, period.
But again, I'm not the one to guarantee my word, in this situation.
Stay cool!-Levi7.



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Re: What are these? [Re: lucid_dreamer]
    #370191 - 08/11/01 04:09 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

you have a mixed pick, the banded broadly conved mushrooms are the non-psychoactive paneolina foenisecci (haymakers mushroom) the ones with he slight fringe and light-bordered gills are Panaeolus Sphinctrinus. ALSO not magic.
a few are simply too ambiguous to ID, but i can guarentee you wont trip off those. they are duds bud :)

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Re: What are these? [Re: Mitchnast]
    #370608 - 08/12/01 12:39 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

Actually Mitchnast they are all Paneolus sphinctrinus var. campanulatus.

Many Panaeolus mushrooms get the banded zonate colors on their caps at various stages of their growth and developement.

Cometimes even Copelandia's can have a zonate coloration although it is not a distinguised characteristic of the genus of Copelandia/

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Re: What are these? [Re: mjshroomer]
    #370679 - 08/12/01 05:36 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

i found some shrooms that look just exactly like the smaller ones you have there all over a golf course..at first i said "YES! i found some shrooms" then upon further inspection there was no white ring around the cap wich would rule them out as being pan subbs and no bluing meaning(probably) not active..

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Re: What are these? [Re: My Third Eye]
    #370724 - 08/12/01 07:03 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

"white ring around the cap wich would rule them out as being pan subbs "

this statement is completely untrue in logic and premise. also factually.

white ring? what the heck?

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Re: What are these? [Re: mjshroomer]
    #370727 - 08/12/01 07:11 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

ive seen banded pan shp. camp. before but not at that stage of maturity, i find it fades before then. i also find this speceis to have a very smooth and paper-like pellicle. it seeme dthat the broadly-covex banded shrooms in the shot were more pitted and fleshy. i aggree tho. i wasnt sure on the VAR campatalanus part tho. those seem to be darker and have a more prominent (toothy) fringe and bell-shape wheras these seem to be very light and less bell-shaped. oh well :)

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Re: What are these? [Re: lucid_dreamer]
    #370887 - 08/13/01 02:29 AM (15 years, 5 months ago)

They definately look like Haymakers shrooms to me, totally worthless.

The chances of any random mushroom find being magic are very slim indeed!

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