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Well in the spring from February through April and maybe into May, Panaeolus subbalteatus staarts to fruit in the early spring from rotted haystacks and is common at riding stables and at race tracks. This species is common in manure and/or rotted hay.
For the ore commomn species such as Bluse Ringers (P. stuntzii and or P. fimetaria and/or P cyanescens and liberty caps [P. semilanceata]) check cow fields and gardens from around Sept through December. In nice rich neighborhoods..
Joust walk around from house to house, stay on the sidewalk and look at all the pretty gardens. You should be able to lo9cate a patch with in a week of you looking. It takes patience but once there the rewards are wquite exhilerating.