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General Description: Cap 15-40 mm. broad. Hemispheric to campanulate to convex or broadly convex at maturiy. The Margin is initially shortly translucent striate when wet, qoaque when dry. The cap is light brown as first, becoming pallid grey in drying, eventually pallid to white, often internediate gills and mottled grayish black at spore maturity. The stem is 85-120 long x 15-30 mm. thick and equal ro bulbous at the base, tubular, often grayish twoards the apex, pale yellowish overall, and flesh colored to light brown towards the base. The flesh readily turns bluish where bruished. A partial veil is absent. Its spores are dark violet-black.
Natural Habitat: Scattered to numerous on dung, in well manured grounds, grassy areas, meadows or pastures. Know from Hawaii and Mexico. Two other Panaeoli, close to Panaeolus cyanescens macroscopically and microscopically, grown in western Washington and in Florida.
Mushroom John can you provide some picture links?
Re: Copealndia Cyanescens anti pics #76480 - 06/29/00 07:00 AM (16 years, 9 months ago)
Two species of panaeoli closely related to copelandia cyanescens grow in florida and western washington. coincidentally i have lived in florida 4 years and i am moving to western washington in september, the mushroom is telling me where to move lol.