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North Central Oklahoma
    #8920552 - 09/12/08 09:56 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

Species #1:  self-identified as Amanita thiersii

Habitat:
North Central Oklahoma, alt: ~900 ft
Found in grass growing from soil/clippings after 2+ days light rain/overcast.  Temperatures ranging from 85-65F day/night.

Gills:
Close spacing, short-gilled, free from stipe.  Cream colored.

Stem:
3.5" long/1.25" diameter Pointed end. Thick, fibrous, and strong.  Partial veil remnants expressed as cortina/ring zone.

Cap:
Depressed (possibly infundibuliform), 6.5" diameter, sticky texture, off-white in color, veil remnant on margin, sparse "warts" on cream colored center.

Spore print color:
white

Bruising:
None observed

Other information:
Scent of the mushroom:
faint musky smell similar to that of a water snake's musk(or a ferret's).  Becoming stronger/more pungent with age.







Species #2: still unknown

Habitat:
North Central Oklahoma, alt: ~900 ft
Found in grass growing from soil/clippings after 2+ days light rain/overcast.  Temperatures ranging from 85-65F day/night.

Gills:
Short-gilled, adnexed with sub distant spacing. Fawn coloring.

Stem:
3.5" long/1mm diameter slightly bulbous at base.  Coloring is off-white/yellow near pileus to golden brown until near base where colors become fulvous (reddish brown/brick).  Gold shimmer all over.

Cap:
1/2"-1/16" diameter.  Ovate to convex with maturity fuscous to isabelline coloration from center to margin.  Thin/translucent when viewed from bottom.  from top gills appear as striations.  slightly grooved on margin.

Spore print color:
rust colored

Bruising:
None observed

Other information:
Scent of the mushroom:
sweet




:hypnotoad:


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Re: North Central Oklahoma [Re: psilog]
    #8920619 - 09/12/08 10:09 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

Infundibuliform?  Nice word.  It means funnel-shaped.

The first genus that struck me was Lepiota.  Does that sound right to you?  Free attachment, white gills, non-Amanita looking mushroom led me there.

And the Toad is Bufo americanus, the American Toad.  It has a distinctive shrill call that can last up to 30 seconds.  I love those little guys.


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Re: North Central Oklahoma [Re: psilog]
    #8920977 - 09/12/08 11:19 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

1) Amanita
2) Galerina


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Re: North Central Oklahoma [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #8925136 - 09/13/08 09:02 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

I'm still trying to pinpoint species 2.  I'm using mushroomexpert.com's id key and it points me in the direction of an agrocybe or conocybe.  I'm curious as to what makes you believe a galerina.

Thanks for the help


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Re: North Central Oklahoma [Re: Mr. Mushrooms]
    #8925145 - 09/13/08 09:04 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

Infundibuliform is a nice word.  To be honest yesterday was the first time I had ever come across it.  I vow to use it more often :salute:


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Re: North Central Oklahoma [Re: psilog]
    #8925821 - 09/13/08 11:32 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

Quote:

I'm still trying to pinpoint species 2.  I'm using mushroomexpert.com's id key and it points me in the direction of an agrocybe or conocybe.  I'm curious as to what makes you believe a galerina.




Its small and brown with rust colored spores but does not appear to be cone shaped like Conocybe.  So its likely Galerina.  Most people don't realize that most Galerinas are little brown things that look like a brown spored Mycena.

Its too small and fragile for Agrocybe. 

Compare with http://mushroomobserver.org/name/show_name/5641 and http://mushroomobserver.org/name/show_name/701


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Re: North Central Oklahoma [Re: psilog]
    #8926464 - 09/14/08 01:51 AM (12 years, 10 months ago)

That's how you learn the terms--one at a time and use them.  Some people let long words scare them.  Think about it.  There are plenty of long words we all know.

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