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Mr Mushrooms confirmed this species is not Pan Casters through spore research. Whatever this little bugger is, it is definitely active. Thank you GGreatone for finding this species here in SW FL. Unless somebody can positively identify this specific Panaleous species, I will refer to it as the Panaleous GGreatonealeous!
Well Mr Mushrooms was sent another sporeprint of this mushroom and after a second look under the microscope he says that they are Panaeolus subbalteatus..
But, I don't believe him. hehehe
Since then, I have been in contact with Steven Peele of the Florida Mycology Resource Center, and he has told me he has never seen or found this Shroom before.
Nomad, We should get together sometime and have a coffee over this.
I still believe this to be a newfound Panaeolus mushroom.
I found a couple dozen or so of them during this week also. And i must say, they are definately psychoactive
Oh and ggreatoneafolius has a nice ring to it
A couple weeks ago i found a few specimens in the parking lot when i was waiting for my girlfriend doing shopping in the clothes store. When she came back to the truck i was sitting inside with my shroom specimens, she asked "what are those?" -i shrugged my shoulders, she knew what they were though as she has found them with me before, then she proclaimed that the mushrooms "must be Panaeolus rosstanafilius" Because the store she was shopping in was called Ross.
definately close to subbs but i'm realy hoping there is a new active pan. cool pics. good luck with the hunting.
Attn PWN hunters: If you should come across a bluing Psilocybe matching P. pellicolusa please smell it.
If you detect a scent reminiscent of Anethole (anise) please preserve a specimen or two for study and please PM me.
New species are not that uncommon. Simply submit a detailed written piece proposing the new species, with spore, p.cystidia, basidia and c.cystidia information and provide a tentative name. This name will apply until some demonstrates your mushroom to be part of a previously delineated variety or show that they have already found and identified this mushroom WIthout analysing the p.cystidia and other microscopic features on the gill edge, a proper indentification may prove difficult.