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    #4081541 - 04/21/05 04:13 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

The place, an unused horse pasture.

Stropharia semiglobata? Appears during both fall and spring seasons. Directly on horse dung.
Spore print=Purple(dark)/blackish
Spore taste=Bitter/Sour.When I flicked the stem to observe the presence/amount of spores the whole spore cloud blew right in my face. I got spores all over my camera/lens, and in my mouth.
Cap=1.5" and smaller. Varying in color from white/yellow to golden/orangish.
Stem=1-3" tall, partial veil remnant.

Panaeolus something?=in grass next to horse dung, not on dung. Partial veil remnant on both cap and stem often.
Cap=Never fully opening to a flat surface. 2 inches and smaller. Color varying from brown to gray.
Stem=1 to 5 inches tall.

A different/younger Pan?
Different from the first or just a younger specimen?
The gills seem different than the above.

Other=in grass next to horse dung, not on dung.
Cap=less than half an inch. Conical more than bell shaped. Reddish brown. Gills partially visible through top of cap.
Stem=usually 4 to 5 inches tall. white-ish.
Spores=in progress.

Any input appreciated, not really an ID request I don't plan on eating them or anything, just showing you what I found. Next I'll try and post some spring forest floor mushrooms(if I can find any).

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    #4082248 - 04/21/05 07:21 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

S. semiglobata seems like a good choice for the first one.

I believe both of your Panaeolus species belong to the Panaeolus campanulatus species complex.

If I had to guess on the last one, I'd say some sort of Conocybe.

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