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    #7463123 - 09/28/07 07:11 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

Hey, well I am quite excited although i don't want to put all my eggs in one basket lol. I was out looking for liberty caps today because of the recent downpour, and decided to look on this field near my local town centre. It gets grazed by many rabbits and seems quite fertile... Here is a pic of the field.



These first 3 shrooms that i found I was quite adamant about them being subbs, see what you think.







(Here are the gills from one of them)


Well I put these in a container and then carried on and saw a large patch ahead and to my astonishment, I found this (I'm hoping there subbs!)





Here are some i picked that in my opinion resembled subbs a lot...









Though there were some I wasn't sure about (Well I'm not sure about any of them lol, thats why I'm requesting) But is it possible these could be Subbs as well? There were all in the same small area. I am taking spore prints of some of the samples at the moment and hoping for jet black.

BTW what is the recommended time I keep the mushrooms caps on the paper to get the best sporeprint? 1 - 2 hours?

Thanks for any help guys!


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: mike3000]
    #7463149 - 09/28/07 07:37 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

These are not Panaeolus Subbalteatus!
They look like Paneolus foenisecii to me. An inactive species.


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: Fahkface]
    #7463165 - 09/28/07 07:46 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

Those are really nice pictures, though.


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: joekenorer]
    #7463176 - 09/28/07 08:00 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

Cheers guys... Well I guess its one step closer to finding some actives, gotta keep my hopes up lol. In the mean time I'll keep posting some good pics of my finds :laugh:


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: mike3000]
    #7463253 - 09/28/07 08:40 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

Really nice pictures.


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: bort]
    #7463289 - 09/28/07 09:00 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

Well I just got the sporeprints finished and here they are, they seem black though which is confusing because Pan Foe in brown isn't it? :confused:







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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: mike3000]
    #7463311 - 09/28/07 09:16 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

No! Panaeolus has always a black sporeprint. Psilocybes have a brown purple one :smile:


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: Fahkface]
    #7463321 - 09/28/07 09:30 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

lol cool, thanks for the info. Well later on this afternoon me and my brother are going to go to some higher grounds and look for some liberty caps, take a few beers and some mary jane, should be a laugh. will probably forget about mushroom hunting like lol :laugh:. If I do find anything I'll be sure to post the pics :laugh:


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: mike3000]
    #7463404 - 09/28/07 10:15 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

wow A hole Paneolus foenisecii has brown those most likely are subs i hope you didnt chuck em
http://www.mykoweb.com/CAF/species/Panaeolus_foenisecii.html

fahkface no your shit before giving any IDs i can only imagine if it was something deadly and you said its not deadly cause the spore print and were wrong about that too


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: thedudenj]
    #7463408 - 09/28/07 10:19 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

O.M.G... I went and threw all of them out :eek: Well thats a bit of a pain :frown: But now i'm confused, are they Subbs or Foes? :confused:


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: mike3000]
    #7463420 - 09/28/07 10:25 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

if they are pan subs im uncertain did they blue. but for a fact i can say there not Foes due to the black print. which makes em PAN SUBS or another type of pan, but for a fact NOT NOT foes.


pan foes
-Cap 1.5-3.0 cm broad, conic, becoming convex, broadly so at maturity; surface smooth to faintly wrinkled, cracking in dry weather, hygrophanous, dull brown fading to light greyish-brown, the margin often with a dark band; flesh thin, light brown; odor and taste mild.
-Stipe 3-7 cm tall, 2-3 mm thick, hollow, fragile, equal to tapering downward; surface pallid, darker at the base, indistinctly longitudinally striate; veil absent.
-Spores 12-14 x 6-7.5 ┬Ám, elliptical, minutely warted, with an apical pore; spore print dark-brown to purple-brown

i havent ever found and IDed pan subs myself so i wont say what is. i will only ID stuff that i have found myself

but
http://www.shroomery.org/9608/Subbedhunter420s-Guide-to-Hunting-and-Identifying-Panaeolus-subbalteatus
i can say if it was me that found those and was told they werent by someone thats not a Mod i would wait for the Mod to ID em


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: thedudenj]
    #7463432 - 09/28/07 10:34 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

I didn't notice any blueing so I'm not quite sure, I'm going to go back to the patch tomorrow and take a few more specimins, check for blueing and do some more sporeprints. But the sporeprints I have done were definately black.


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: mike3000]
    #7463448 - 09/28/07 10:43 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

Hey man, in the absence of a Pan subb expert i'd say the pictures you took are of a mixed batch.

I reckon most of them (especially the big group photos) are some kind of Inky cap, possibly a Parasola or Coprinus micaceus, some look like something else, maybe some baby subbs mixed in.

Some of them definitely look Pan. subb - like, especially the pictures of the ones you ID'd yourself, that have the chunky looking gills and concentric darker rings around the margin of the caps.

Pan subbs won't bruise blue on their flesh, BUT they might bruise blue at the very base of the stem, near the mycelium. In fact i think i can see blueish bruising at the base of one of the stems in one of those pics (the subb-like ones with long white stems)

... Pity you chucked, em, they're defo no Pan foes. But on the bright side you might have Pan subbs growing locally and it looks like a pretty big patch, you're sure to find more.

Just be sure to put up another ID request, BOTH the Coprinus sp. and Panaeolus sp. bruise jet black, so the best way to tell them apart is visually looking at the caps. Also, the Coprinus sp. will tend to get very fragile very quickly, the Pans will last longer. Oh yeah and unless i'm mistaken the subbs shouldn't grow in those tight clusters (they're the coprinus).



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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: mike3000]
    #7463449 - 09/28/07 10:43 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

well as i just said man, you might of just pissed in your own mash potatoes under bad advice


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: thedudenj]
    #7463479 - 09/28/07 10:59 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

Having another look at them it's hard to tell. In the group shots a lot definitely look like Coprinus, a few might be subbs, but those individual shots really look like subbs and definitely aren't Coprinus, that's for sure. Oh and the first four photos don't look like subbs OR Coprinus sp, something else.

Might be hard to tell them all apart when you're out collecting. Be sure to take lots of pics, keep your finds separate, print and photo all of them and get a subb expert to help out. Check if they're growing from buried wood. If so, Coprinus.

... and for the record Coprinus aren't poisonous unless you drink alcohol within a time period of eating them. But you don't want to eat them for shits 'n' giggles either.


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: undergrounder]
    #7463521 - 09/28/07 11:23 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

The one's pictured are not foe's. The one's with the black spore prints at least.


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: Hotnuts]
    #7463538 - 09/28/07 11:30 AM (14 years, 26 days ago)

those clustering mushrooms are most likely psathyrella gracilis or the like...

the first mushroom pics appears to be subbs, only a black print will say yes.

but the huge cluster is psathyrella sp.


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: CptnGarden]
    #7463837 - 09/28/07 01:07 PM (14 years, 26 days ago)

Don't worry, I'll never tell anyone to eat anything if I'm not 100% Sure what it is!!! And since I couldn't identify anything except for very few species a 100% (in all my posts I told it were 99.9% if I have been REALLY sure).
I'm pretty sorry to caused him to throw away all his mushrooms, but why would the spore print colour very within a species? As far as I know Panaeoli all have a black spore print (that's what I read), and since almost none of the above mushrooms look like Pan. Subbs to me, I've looked around in my books and stopped at Pan. foenisecii.
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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: CptnGarden]
    #7463867 - 09/28/07 01:12 PM (14 years, 26 days ago)

Well that was gay fahkface. I am pretty much a newby, but I have read enough to know that Pan Subbs and Pan Foes are almost the same. The only real way to tell the difference, for a beginner, is to print them. The Pan Subbs print should be JET BLACK, unlike other actives. You should print them all and keep only the ones with the BLACK prints.


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: Fahkface]
    #7463872 - 09/28/07 01:12 PM (14 years, 26 days ago)

Yeah easy mistake to make. Pan foes have a brown spore print. They have been officially renamed Panaeolina because of this, although people still say Panaeolus. All other Panaeolus have black prints. A few of those pics do look very Pan subb-like though, in particular the ones mike3000 marked out.


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: undergrounder]
    #7463953 - 09/28/07 01:27 PM (14 years, 26 days ago)

OK, you want toknw what this guys got? listen up. and dont worry about throwing all of those away.

The first mushroom you found is in fact panaeolus subbalteatus.

Now, the big field, Those arent panaeolus at all. nor are they panaeolina foenisecci.

Those are all psathyrellas. Hence the very dark spore print.
you can tell by the whitish stems and recessive gills attached to the stem. Ive never seen subbs with such perfectly conical caps and no disfigurement about the caps. most subbs look funky like these:


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: Subbedhunter420]
    #7464003 - 09/28/07 01:35 PM (14 years, 26 days ago)

whoops hehe.... Yeah the first ones are subbs... Just wait a few days and go out again man. No biggie.


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: 2859558484]
    #7464019 - 09/28/07 01:38 PM (14 years, 26 days ago)

Yup! This man knows what he's talking about.
So my ID was bullshit. I admit it!
It was, however just a guess :smile:

Good luck finding subbs :smile:


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: Fahkface]
    #7464092 - 09/28/07 01:53 PM (14 years, 26 days ago)

my work here is done lol:drwario:


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: mike3000]
    #7464441 - 09/28/07 03:52 PM (14 years, 26 days ago)

I dont see any subbs in your pics. The first one looks the closest but still does not seem right. Your spore prints do not look jet black to me at all. Subb prints will be jet black not a little black/ brown. They do not look like foes either. And by the way FahkFace Foes are not in the panaeolus family they do not have jet black spore prints.


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    #7464497 - 09/28/07 04:06 PM (14 years, 26 days ago)

panaeolina foenisecci yes yes panaeolina


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: thedudenj]
    #7466331 - 09/29/07 05:24 AM (14 years, 25 days ago)

Yea I was more hopeful for the first 3 mushrooms I picked. Thanks for the ID guys its much appreciated, do you reckon there will be more Subbs nearby on the same field? Because it also rained a lot last night. I was thinking about going and having another look today.

Well anyways thanks a lot everyone :laugh::D:D


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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: undergrounder]
    #7466652 - 09/29/07 10:38 AM (14 years, 25 days ago)

Quote:

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Having another look at them it's hard to tell. In the group shots a lot definitely look like Coprinus, a few might be subbs, but those individual shots really look like subbs and definitely aren't Coprinus, that's for sure. Oh and the first four photos don't look like subbs OR Coprinus sp, something else.

Might be hard to tell them all apart when you're out collecting. Be sure to take lots of pics, keep your finds separate, print and photo all of them and get a subb expert to help out. Check if they're growing from buried wood. If so, Coprinus.

... and for the record Coprinus aren't poisonous unless you drink alcohol within a time period of eating them. But you don't want to eat them for shits 'n' giggles either.




Coprinus aka inky cap? If so, they should turn to mush before they dry right?

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Re: Pan Subbs? Possibly first active find! [Re: mike3000]
    #18518243 - 07/06/13 12:02 AM (8 years, 3 months ago)

Wow that sounds really nice, I recently stumbled a HUGE fruiting of pan subbs, I collected 76 grams (wet), which would be around 7 grams dry (in total 213 mushrooms). I collected so many and there are still around 300 left to pick. I found them on a field close to wal-mart! Haha I can't wait to trip. I plan on taking 6 to 7 grams...I live in payson btw. I'm positive they are subbs, the blue bruising, black spore prints, rings on the cap and black spotted gills. Here are some pics.













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