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Are these pelliculosas?
    #471322 - 11/27/01 06:29 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

I found these in a clear cut on the eastern edge of the olympic peninsula (that's in western washington), they match the description in my book (hallucinogenic and Poisonous mushrooms, by Gary Menser) but i was curious if someone could tell me if they thought they were pelliculosas that had picked them before ... this is the first time i think i have found them, so better safe than sorry ... well thank you very much for your help,

matt

ps sorry it is scan .... if you can't tell what they are, you can't tell!!!


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Re: Are these pelliculosas? [Re: UnkyTodd]
    #471326 - 11/27/01 06:36 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

Well, they don't really look like the pictures of pelli's that I've seen. But I've never picked them, so I'm not really sure. What color are the spores? Was there a separable gelatinous pellicle?

Good Hunting!!

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Re: Are these pelliculosas? [Re: spores]
    #471349 - 11/27/01 07:09 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

The spores are quite brown, i suppose if you squinted one eye and turned your head sidways you could say that there were some purple tinges in it ... but it is tough to say ... as far as the gelatinous pellicle, the conditions weren't moist enough to tell, allthoug i did look for it, there seemed to be a jelly layer on the outer parts of the caps, but to dry to tell if it was "seperable" .... thank you very much deth hed ... anybody that has picked them before? I find it real hard to tell from pictures untill i know what they are ... i can id a cyan or a stuntzi no problem, but these little buggers are tough ...there are so many different pictures of them!!!! Thanks again
Matt


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Re: Are these pelliculosas? [Re: UnkyTodd]
    #471720 - 11/27/01 11:26 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

Looks like ya found some brown dunce caps man. I found thousands of those guys growing on a mixture of woodchips/horsemanure. Heres a pic of the ones I found.




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Re: Are these pelliculosas? [Re: Gumby]
    #472076 - 11/28/01 07:06 AM (16 years, 11 months ago)

Yep, it's a Conocybe for sure!
The purple-brown spore print of Psilocybes is very easily recognizeable, considering the purple stands out immensely.
Avoid the brown and rusty-looking-brown spore printed mushrooms. You know why! hehe!
Stay cool!-Levi7.


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Re: Are these pelliculosas? [Re: Levi7]
    #473179 - 11/29/01 03:05 AM (16 years, 11 months ago)

yup. there will be no mistaking the psilocybe purple spore print. If it's purple brown you just know.


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Re: Are these pelliculosas? [Re: Typingwords]
    #473542 - 11/29/01 02:28 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

Man I found tons of those while picking Pan. Subbs in a cow feild. We nicknamed them "fake ones", when you see em sticking out of the grass, you think they are what your after, then you pick it and look at the gills and are like "fuck".


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