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Hello everyone, I have two horses and I found these what I believe to be panaeolus subbalteatus growing in my field next to the barn. Oh and by the way I live in southern Ohio. habitat-horse pasture gills-very, very dark brown with a grayish overlay stem-varies in size the smallest being 3 inches and the longest 5 inches, dark brown thick stem the very bottom of the stem when picked had a grayish tone to it on some of them cap-some lighter brown with a darker brown nipple and some darker brown with even a dark nipple cap size-vary from a nickle to quarter to silver dollar spore print-black Also some of them and I'm not sure which ones,have these tiny tiny white worms I guess they are in some of the gills, because they have been on a pizza box on my kitchen counter for about an half hour and I've only seen four or five crawling around and I killed them. If they are pan subs can I still eat them? Should I make tea instead, will that kill the parasites? I don't want to die from the worms lol. I counted the mushrooms and I have thirty of them, how many should I use for just for myself?