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We've had nice weather with lots of rain lately, so someone I know searched his cow fields for familiar fungi.
AFOAF found a bunch of LBM growing from old cow dung in a field. He collected some that were growing out of shit near a river. They all grew in the shade. They have light brown caps, thin stems which are slightly darker, black gills, black sporeprints, and a familiar magic shrooms smell. They are lighter tan at the edges of the caps. They do not blue, and they have no evidence of a veil. The gills are dark black and theres no sign of rusty brown colored spores, but the prints they leave are mostly black with kind of a dirt colored brown tint mixed in (if you look close). I am thinking they are Panaeolus subbalteaus, but they dont bruise/ blue. I may be able to post pictures later if I can get a hold of a digital camera. Any ideas? The thing is, I want to eat them, but I dont want to get poisoned. Any help would be greatly appreciated.