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More Pans, First Pan subb!(PICS).. Need ID help
    #606562 - 04/13/02 12:07 AM (20 years, 9 months ago)

Well.. I was just checking my spot a few minutes ago and thought that there was nothing there. Right when I got up to go back inside, I saw some huge Panaeolus.

I found my first specimen of Pan. Subbalteatus(dark one on the right) this year, its all old and tattered, but its still a pan subb :smile:

LK, MJ, GG, or Mitch- I hope you can help me with this one:

I found some speices of Mushroom that I am about 99.99% sure its a Pan, but I'm not sure what species. I suspect that it is Panaeolus castenifolies. If you can't tell from the pictures... They have off-white/yellowish-white caps, black gills, long stems. The bases show a decent bluing/greening reaction when brused. The specimens I've found are pretty old, but I think they're still IDable.

Heres the pics:



Peace out,
-Gumby 


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Re: More Pans, First Pan subb!(PICS).. Need ID help [Re: Gumby]
    #606614 - 04/13/02 01:39 AM (20 years, 9 months ago)

They are all definately some type of Panaeolus.

I think i can safely and surely say None are Panaeolus castaneifolius.

My "guess" would be either Panaeolus pappilionaceus (not active) or Pan subbs. One or the other.

Keep on shroomin those though, eventually they should put out a better flush of prettier mushrooms, with more distinct features.


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