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Spring Collection - Gulf Coast, Florida | Help ID Please
    #3975196 - 03/27/05 06:07 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Hello,
I've collected approx. 19 grams of this species from cow dung in southwest florida. I'm quite sure it's Copelandia cyanescens from other pictures and general information (typically found in gulf coast region in manure).
I'd just like to be sure before consuming.

*EDIT* : Notice the bruise color - a dark purple/brown.
Thanks!


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Re: Spring Collection - Gulf Coast, Florida | Help ID Please [Re: tripz]
    #3975294 - 03/27/05 08:08 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Those are a species of panaeolus not Copelandia. Also there is no blue bruising and also Panaeolus do not have a purple-brown color nor do Copelandia species. Both panaeolus and Copelandia are black-spored mushrooms leaving a jet black deposit on a piece of paper.

purple brwon is the color of the spores for P. cubensis and most psilocybe species.

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Re: Spring Collection - Gulf Coast, Florida | Help ID Please [Re: mjshroomer]
    #3979381 - 03/28/05 07:37 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Quote:

Trippiez: Notice the bruise color - a dark purple/brown.
Thanks!




Quote:

MJShroomer: Panaeolus do not have a purple-brown color nor do Copelandia species. Both panaeolus and Copelandia are black-spored mushrooms leaving a jet black deposit on a piece of paper.




I think he is referring to the bruising on the stem? not spore print colour. This is not the correct colour friend...it should bruise blue blue only! (possibly quite a dark-blue)
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and in case you don't understand the ^^^^above^^^^^^ post by mjshroomer.

You don't want to be eating them, i don't believe any Panaeolus are actually toxic, but, there is no psilocybin in these mushrooms.

better luck next time  :smile:


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Re: Spring Collection - Gulf Coast, Florida | Help ID Please [Re: tripz]
    #3979476 - 03/28/05 09:58 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Your mushrooms do not bruise blue, therefore they are not Copelandia cyanescens. They are most likely part of the the inactive Panaeolus campanulatus species complex.


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Re: Spring Collection - Gulf Coast, Florida | Help ID Please [Re: Gumby]
    #3979551 - 03/28/05 10:58 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

pan camps- no actives- sorry- but they do have the appearance of some actives if you dont know Exactly what your lookin for- good luck and happy mush hunting

by the way what are the hi/low tempz in your area that you harvested these


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Re: Spring Collection - Gulf Coast, Florida | Help ID Please [Re: cube428]
    #3983296 - 03/29/05 02:09 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

The spore prints from these shrooms are all jet black. And yes, I meant the stems turn a dark purple color when I touch them. I noticed some blue area's on the caps (outer edges) as they started to dry.

I'm relatively new to the shrooming community, and I thank everyone for their patience upfront :P

I left this collection at my friends house in a bag over the weekend without drying (they had some mold deposits when I came back and I didn't even think about trying them).
I went to the field again to get a couple more, although it was nearly empty due to the weather changes (it's cold now.. too early in the season).
Here are some photographs of the most recent shrooms.

Picked directly from manure. Sorry for the quality of the shrooms.. it's a long way to my house from the fields..
I've researched for hours, and the only 100% photographic/descriptive match I can make would be this photograph

(mine looked like that growing, but were greatly damaged from the trip to the field to my house)

A question I'd love to have answered is "what are the odds of finding a toxic mushroom growing in cow manure?"

Thanks very much for your time and help.


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