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What is this?
    #819018 - 08/16/02 12:51 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

I found my garden sprinkled with these little cuties.
They seem to me like some kind of Paneolus, but couldn?t really ID them.
I live in Southern Italy. Would anybody please help me identify them? I will take some better pix today.

Thanx





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Re: What is this? [Re: White_Widow]
    #819211 - 08/16/02 03:49 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

They look like panaeolus. You should take spore print and try to describe them better to get better ID.


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Re: What is this? [Re: White_Widow]
    #822050 - 08/16/02 08:53 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Appears to be P. foenscii(sp?). If the print comes out brown, then that's what you've got(not active). If it comes out jet black, then its probaly Pan. subbalteatus(active), or something similar


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Re: What is this? [Re: Gumby]
    #822454 - 08/17/02 12:34 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Thanx guys. I'll go outside as soon as my digi will be charged and take some more pix.
I had shot some gills snaps, but I'm not very good with macro (must be my "don't shake that much ? hold your breath ? fuck I spoiled it! syndrome )

cheers

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My garden is really getting full of these and I hope the landowner won't call the gardener to cure it!!!


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Better pix showing gills and stems [Re: White_Widow]
    #822563 - 08/17/02 02:03 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Here are some pix I just took before putting these little cuties to print their spore on oven foil.
Can anybody ID them?











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Re: Better pix showing gills and stems [Re: White_Widow]
    #822676 - 08/17/02 04:20 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

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Re: What is this? [Re: White_Widow]
    #822964 - 08/17/02 08:30 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

panaeolina foenisecci
not active, common.
try dung-straw after thunderstorms


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Re: Better pix showing gills and stems [Re: White_Widow]
    #824012 - 08/17/02 05:36 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Nice pics man, you've got a quality camera there. It's a nice change from all the webcam pic's I've seen recently

Those are definitly in the Panaeolus genus...
Let us know what color that print is.


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Re: Better pix showing gills and stems [Re: Gumby]
    #824078 - 08/17/02 06:00 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

the problem with webcam pics is that no one knows how focus and get lighting to them and the jerk there hands around so they are blurry


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Re: Better pix showing gills and stems [Re: White_Widow]
    #824379 - 08/17/02 07:58 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

I mostly wanted to compliment you on the pix. Definitely some of the best. Good job.

As far as the mushrooms, I would go with Panaeolus, but I'm not that good at the genus so I won't guess farther.


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Update on unknown paneolus [Re: ToxicMan]
    #824643 - 08/17/02 10:47 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

I've took some prints and they all seem jet-black, but I'll look at them with some good magnifying lens to be sure.

Thank you for the compliments on the pix. I used my old but good Canon S10. It looks like my hands can stop shaking at times! LOL
BTW, the colour is a bit washed away and in reality it's more like a light gold to dark brown.

I've found some new specimens, but they where too old to take prints and just found a few of them that where already rotting or dried.
I hope to find some more in the next few days.

I'll keep you updated.

What could happen if I tried these little shrooms? I could face it if they were simply inactive, but wouldn't love to charge my liver and kidneys


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Re: Update on unknown paneolus [Re: White_Widow]
    #824682 - 08/17/02 11:37 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Well, they wouldn't kill ya, I can tell ya that.
Now messing with your stomach is another story. Pans tend to give most people some diarrhea, but nothing worse than that.
Just make sure that you have Pans, sometimes people will get all excited and pick a few non Pans, I've done it before.


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