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Offlinecl0wn
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a walk in the park
    #900097 - 09/22/02 09:38 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

hey hey!

I found these first panaeolinas in some grass beneath a tree. I?m having trouble making the distinction between p. foenecii and p. subbalteus. An older couple passed me by as I was picking around on the ground, wearing my fanny-pack and taking photographs. I returned their strange glances with a smile, and returned to my task :smile: Although they are inactive, are there any potential risks in ingesting p. foenescii misidentified as p. subblateus?

smile!

another cap shot

and the rest

These looked suspiciously familiar as I passed them on the trail. The sun was fading westwards, so using my boot as a tripod earned me even stranger looks from passers by. At 1/10 sec. shutter speed, it was the only way...

lots of mycelium

-cl0wn 


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Re: a walk in the park [Re: cl0wn]
    #900233 - 09/22/02 10:39 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

Spore prints would be the first order of business in identifying either of those mushrooms. Also, check for things like bruising reactions and any distinctive odor they might have. Those are good photographs - could you also get a photo of the underside of the last specimens?


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Re: a walk in the park [Re: ToxicMan]
    #900449 - 09/23/02 12:03 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

there is no problem in eating p. foenescii, they will make you very relaxed becasue it has that one chemical that is in turkey(i have no idea what it is called, i know that msounds stupid) I have ingested them before and it is nice but kinda pointless. I would reather eas some turkey


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Re: a walk in the park [Re: cl0wn]
    #900461 - 09/23/02 12:06 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

actually, looking at the gills id say you MAY have panaeolus oliviaceus. in fact if the print is black i dare say that is exactly what they are.
if purple then paneolina foenisecci
but note the white fringe on the very dark gills. you dont see that in paneolinas.


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Re: a walk in the park [Re: Mitchnast]
    #905320 - 09/24/02 07:54 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

My apologies.
Yes, as you may have noticed there were black spores on my hand in the top picture. Additionally, they dropped more black spores a few hours later. These mushrooms stained more of a gray color rather than brown as the p. foenecii did. Are the p. oliviaceus toxic, or do they fall into the same category as p. foenecii?

As for the second specimen, I was just curious as it looked familiar.

I think you're talking about tryptamine in foenecii, it's an amino acid with indole rings.
-cl0wn


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Re: a walk in the park [Re: NewHunter]
    #906238 - 09/25/02 02:54 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

NH, you're thinking tryptaphan in turkey.


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