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Registered: 07/04/05
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ID help please
    #4373462 - 07/05/05 09:50 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

So far this year I have been having great luck finding some nice Pan Subbs in a nearby area with just tons of haystacks sitting around outside. Well today I decided to check out some new areas, and I stumbled upon the following. My dig camera isnt available right now so the webcam will have to do for pics.

Here are the details for the mushrooms:
-Found in central Ohio, near (but not on) a pile of wood.
-The gills are shown decently well in the pictures. They are a nice Cinamon to chocolate like brown.
-The caps are around 2-3cm. The stems are 4-5cm and are mostly hollow
-The spore print (not shown well, but IS in the pics) is a chocolaty with almost a slight hint of purple.

I can provide more info if needed. The color on those webcam shots is not perfect, but they are decently close. Some of the descriptions kinda match that of a psilocybe caerulipes, and the gills do look a lot like those shown on the ultimate field guide. Im not very sure as to what it is, though. Please tell me if you would like more detailed information. The main thing throwing me off is how the top of the caps look 0_o.

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Re: ID help please [Re: Ramuh]
    #4373510 - 07/05/05 10:07 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

I'm not sure what you have there, but they are not Psilocybe caerulipes. The caps look wrong and that mushroom's season ended about mid June; they won't be back out until fall.

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Re: ID help please [Re: Ramuh]
    #4373880 - 07/05/05 11:47 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

My first thought on those is that they look like Agrocybes.

Happy mushrooming!

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