The brown spore print pointed me more towards foensecci than cinctulus
Not sure from just that pic but i can guarantee it is not a Psilocybe
Got a picture of the gills? Deffo not active though
Ill see if i can fix the pictures this weekend
To me it looks ok so far. Keep us updated
There is a chance that P. Cinctulus could be mixed in buuut mostly they are just nice lawn ornaments
I went into the woods and came back with nothing but bug bites
They are both north american based. Im not sure if there is a european version. Still, both are great additions in my opinion
been a while since ive posted something so heres some Panaeolina foenseccii i found in the yard this morning. Time to get out into the...
You can usually find regional field guides but i think the best 2 to have for any collection are mushrooms demystified by david arora and the...
Are those all from the same compost pile? Thats pretty amazing
You can always post here and we will help. It also a good idea to invest in a good field guide or two
Im from north bc eh. Haha i say sorry a lot too. Wpuld for sure like to see more pics.
No. Dont eat those.
Look to me like a Chlorophyllum species. Small chance of being C. Molybdites which causes stomache trouble. Better safe than sorry . I wouldnt eat...
The lighting in that picture makes it hard to see what youre talking about. Bluing could just be oxidizing
Possibility of being Stereum ostrea too.
Would like to see more pics of them all
Those look like pholiota. Let me look closer when i get home
Those are some big ol lutes. Looks like em to me anyway
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