Observation 10047: Conocybe Fay.
When: 2008-08-25
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Possibly eaten by a two year old child who was released from the hospital with no symptoms. Found on a playground and the parents would like an ID.

[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:05:34 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘San Rafael, CA’ to ‘San Rafael, California, USA

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Conocybe aff. albipes?
By: Heather Hallen-Adams (hallenhe)
2008-08-25 15:53:23 EDT (-0400)

I agree; it looks like Conocybe albipes (= C. lactea), albeit a bit darker than the ones I’ve seen; C. rickenii has some gross similarity. C. albipes contains phallotoxins, but these are not absorbed by the digetsive tract, and have not been implicated in human poisonings. Conocybe filaris (contains amatoxins) is the only known dangerous Conocybe, and this isn’t that. Some species (i.e. C. smithii) contain psilocybin; these species bruise blue, as do the hallucinogenic Psilocybe species.

Looks like Conocybe
By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2008-08-25 10:58:05 EDT (-0400)

Looks like a Conocybe, maybe C. lactea, maybe another. I haven’t heard any claims on Conocybe, so people know, are they harmless? Did you save it? Any scope details?

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