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Can someone identify this shroom? NO. 2
    #871086 - 09/09/02 03:46 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

High all...

my bro came yesterday with another wild shroom. This time is probably poisonous, i think.

the shroom was found under a tree, i will send my bro again at the spot to identify it. its color is off-white to pale yellow, in case it looks like differently on photos [each monitor shows a differenciation]

it didnt smell any weird, normal shroom smell

the weird thing is that gills are white but spores are brownish!

here r the pix:

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a little more detail of cap, gills and spores:

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Re: Can someone identify this shroom? NO. 2 [Re: kykeon]
    #871338 - 09/09/02 09:50 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

It looks like a Clitocybe, Anise. What was the spore count?


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Re: Can someone identify this shroom? NO. 2 [Re: kykeon]
    #871421 - 09/09/02 10:55 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

Its a Shaggy shroom. You can tell by the warn edges...  :wink: :grin: 


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Re: Can someone identify this shroom? NO. 2 [Re: Unity333]
    #871424 - 09/09/02 10:57 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

sorry to ask, but what do you mean by "spore count" ?

my bro picked the biggest of a bunch of same shrooms there. i suppose it had its majority of spores already dropped.

the print on the photo shows how much spores i collected in one night; the shrooms in the morning was there very soft and thin, so as to dismantle if i can use this word... :wink:

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Re: Can someone identify this shroom? NO. 2 [Re: kykeon]
    #871426 - 09/09/02 10:58 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

Nice photos, and interesting specimen. At first glance it looks like a Lepiota. The conspicuously striate margin then suggests that it could be an Amanita. Both of these conflict with a brown spore print.

Could you verify that the brownish color is spores and not just staining of the paper by juices from the gills? If the spore print actually is dark, could you get a bit heavier spore print (the color in this one is difficult to decide on)?

Next, the base of the stem looks like it could have been broken off (if it is an Amanita, that would have left the volva behind). If possible, verify that you have the entire base of the mushroom and no volva-like portions were left behind.

Finally, could you split the stem vertically with a knife and let us know about any color changes that occur within about 60 minutes?


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Re: Can someone identify this shroom? NO. 2 [Re: ToxicMan]
    #871481 - 09/09/02 11:44 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

>> Could you verify that the brownish color is spores and not just staining of the paper by juices from the gills?

no i cant verify that. and now that i am thinking more clear, this must be the case.

so pause this thread here and i am sending my bro to the spot to verify the tree and to pick another specimen, smaller.

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Re: Can someone identify this shroom? NO. 2 [Re: kykeon]
    #872811 - 09/09/02 05:16 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

Well... They're not active, if thats what you were hoping for. Picking white gilled mushrooms hoping to find actives is really a waste of time. If you're interested in edibles, some have white gills/spores. Be careful with all mushrooms that drop white spores though, they can be deadly.


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Re: Can someone identify this shroom? NO. 2 [Re: Gumby]
    #873313 - 09/09/02 10:00 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

>> Well... They're not active, if thats what you were hoping for.

lol i cant figure out how you did such a thought!! :smile: i wanna send him there to pick another specimen, because i failed to get its spores and i would like to be identified for the sake of home-entertainment... :wink:

also, i am extra cautious with ALL unknown fungi.

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Re: Can someone identify this shroom? NO. 2 [Re: kykeon]
    #873413 - 09/09/02 11:41 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

Toxic man read my mind. Lepiota, then amanita by the edges of the cap. But the lack of a vulva, or striations along the stipe make me think otherwise. Brown spores ? wow, no clue of this puppy.
What kind of tree was the mushroom growing on ?


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