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OfflineAsianYumYum
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Big Foes in their natural habitat
    #4424625 - 07/19/05 07:28 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

went out hunting for two hours in a horse farm. didn't find one pan subb, but plenty of foes. they were really big and healthy too, take a look:


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: AsianYumYum]
    #4424630 - 07/19/05 07:30 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Wow, those sure do look like subbs from the top.. Is there anyway you can post a gill picture? Goes to show why so many people confuse them... The tell tale is the lines on the stem where it joins the gills.


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: flowstone]
    #4424776 - 07/19/05 08:12 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

sporeprint came out black actually on a paper towel. could have been subbs but far too light and some of the gills dropped below the edge of the head. i dried the caps though so maybe ill chomp on em anyways? ill post a pic of them gimie a sec


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: AsianYumYum]
    #4424785 - 07/19/05 08:13 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Doesn't really look like a foe to me....


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: AsianYumYum]
    #4424787 - 07/19/05 08:14 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

here you go



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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: AsianYumYum]
    #4424817 - 07/19/05 08:23 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

SUBBS!

Nice find.


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: flowstone]
    #4424825 - 07/19/05 08:26 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

ahhhhhhhhhhh fudge it. just fudge it.




fudge it


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: AsianYumYum]
    #4424828 - 07/19/05 08:27 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

p.s. second opinion please? this is the forum that said my original shotty pic of a sporeprint was definatly a foe.


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: AsianYumYum]
    #4425042 - 07/19/05 09:16 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

I want so bad to say they're subs, but I just can't. I think that's a dark brown print, it's so hard to tell from a pic, but in life there is definately a difference between black and brown. The main thing is the shape of the cap, they're too round. But, like I say, you're the only one that can make the call. They are way big for foens. It won't hurt to munch 'em, just that it will be a surprise.
I'm lookin' so hard, that looks like a dark brown print. In the top pic, I think I see striations running straight up and down the stem (foes) That one on the far right in the first pic, it looks like it tapers up to the cap, but the leaf is behind it.
Still, it won't hurt to munch 'em. How much dry weight do you have?


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: LouiseLouise]
    #4425196 - 07/19/05 09:45 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

dunno the dry wieght, bue yeah many things made me think they were foes, caps included. they also didn't have that nice spiral up the stem that most pan subbs i've seen have. well they were big and healthy so i probably have 2-3 grams, ill munch em next time i munch anything. thanks


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: AsianYumYum]
    #4425350 - 07/19/05 10:26 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Hey man, I just found the same exact thing as you, all over the place in Maryland by a selected golf course! Read up on my post "ID PLEASE - PANN SUBBS??" or something to that manner. PM me or something. By the way - I took prints too, JET BLACK.


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: frankthetank87]
    #4426610 - 07/20/05 03:26 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Look exactly like the subbs I find in horse manure and stall shavings here in FL. Those are big and healthy subbs, some of the ones I find dont have the spiral striations on the stem either. Also Foes do not grow in clusters like that they are almost always a lone mushroom. The only thing that gives me any doubt is the prints, they look a little light and not quite and jet-black as mine; but that could just be the picture. Or maybe you didnt let them print long enough.


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: cwbfromtheksvi]
    #4427906 - 07/20/05 01:15 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Pannaeolus Subbaelteatus.

"Too Round" ????? What???


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: AsianYumYum]
    #4428209 - 07/20/05 02:17 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Those most likely are Panaeolus subbalteatus since Panaeolina foenisecii do not grow in pasturelands but only on grassy lawns.

mj

Here is a similar picture of pan cubbs from A farm near Paul Stamets Funghi Pefecti farm in Tumwater,Washington

Sorry cannot currently fibnd the images. Will check in my old folder of Panaeolus later in a day or so,

mj


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: mjshroomer]
    #4428348 - 07/20/05 02:47 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

^listen to him. he definently knows what hes talking about.
even if they are foes it certainly wouldnt hurt to try them.


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Re: Big Foes in their natural habitat [Re: Chiefess]
    #4428785 - 07/20/05 04:38 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

well if these are really subbs than it's a mighty fine picture of subbs. ahhh...beautiful.


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