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Offlinele_cerne_brun
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Beginner needs help with id, Quebec
    #4305048 - 06/16/05 08:50 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Hi all. This is my first post on shroomery, and I'd like to thank the responsible(s) of it because I believe this site is wonderful in many aspects.

So I picked up a few mushrooms in the goal of identifying them. They were all picked in Quebec, Canada, beside a trail in a small forest. They were growing on dirt (earth). Here they are. I think there are three kinds of mushrooms in this picture.



A: I think they could be panaeolina foenisecii. If it is panaeolina foenisecii that is called "inky cap", that would make sense since after about 2 hours they turned in a complete dark brown mess. Here are their caracteristics:
Gills: Brown LALALA
Cap: About 1cm wide, became slimy rapidly after picking, see picture for color, as I won't be able to describe that in english :p
Stem: 3 to 5 cm, white and not fully opaque when picked, hollow and hard but fibrous
Spore print: I had trouble making it, but I'm pretty sure it's brown
Bruises brown
Picture:


B: To me, it is the most interresting. Due to my newbiness, I would say it is a Panaeolus subbalteatus, please correct me.
Gills: Dark brown, paler edges near the stem, they protrude under the cap, attached, they go like this: Big, small, medium, small, big, small, medium, etc. and only the big ones are attached to the stem.
Cap: About 2cm wide, light brown, with a brown spot in the center
Stem: 6 cm, brown, hollow
Spore print: I'd say black, but it could be a very, very dark brown
Doesn't seem to bruise blue
Pictures:




C: I don't really know. I found it interresting for its white gills.
Gills: Beige, even, many, many of them.
Cap: About 0,7cm wide, beige.
Stem: 3 cm, white, hollow
Spore print: Like rust
Pictures:
Same kind of mushroom, older stage:


D: I'd say some kind of coprinus? It is a lot like A, except it doesn't disapear in a gooey mess after a while and is more yellow, less dark brown on the edges.
Gills: Brown, much like A.
Cap: About 1cm wide, yellow, beige.
Stem: 4 cm, white, hollow
Spore print: brown

I would appreciate very much any input on what these mushrooms really are, especially B. Thanks a lot,

Guillaume


Edited by le_cerne_brun (06/16/05 09:59 PM)


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Re: Beginner needs help with id, Quebec [Re: le_cerne_brun]
    #4305481 - 06/16/05 10:23 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

B is the only thing that might be active, good description on the gill pattern. I would have to say though that its probably Panaeolina Foenisecii an inactive mushroom. If the print was black it would be noticeably BLACK. Not appearing to be dark brown at all. please wait for further comments from more experienced shroomerites though.


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Re: Beginner needs help with id, Quebec [Re: CptnGarden]
    #4305654 - 06/16/05 11:07 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Yeah that's what I thought, but I wasn't only looking for actives. Was hoping to get used to identifying random mushrooms based on different critters. Anyway I don't plan to eat that B, but I am sure I could find a whole lot of theese. So I'll get more of them and do better spore prints (the one I did was kinda pale, that's why I'm not 100% sure it's black, though if it was more impregnated on the sheet it would be easier to tell)

Thanks a lot, that helped me more than you might think.

Oh and I had thoughts I'd like to clear, if anybody could answer:

If B was active, it would be a Panaeolus Subbalteatus right? And I'd need to eat about 20-40?
Also, what is the more precise, latin term for Inky Cap?


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Re: Beginner needs help with id, Quebec [Re: le_cerne_brun]
    #4306025 - 06/17/05 12:57 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

the inky cap is the Coprinus species. and yes if those were active they would probably be subbs.

C resembles alot of the lawn conocybes ive been finding, especially conocybe lactea, the dunce cap.

D looks to be an A at an earlier growth stage.

D is Coprinus species.


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Re: Beginner needs help with id, Quebec [Re: le_cerne_brun]
    #4306033 - 06/17/05 12:59 AM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Quote:

le_cerne_brun said:
Also, what is the more precise, latin term for Inky Cap?




The genus inky caps fall under is Coprinus.  And im guessing theres plenty of species under Coprinus too.

Latin is cool.
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