Observation 131499: Panaeolus papilionaceus group

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You can see the different in size. The Panaeolus semiovatus is second to right.
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Panaeolus semiovatus on top.
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P. semiovatus on the left.
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Spores at 1000X magnification. The spores were about 15um x 10um on average.
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Spores at 1000X magnification. The spores were about 15um x 10um on average.
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Spores at 1000X magnification. The spores were about 15um x 10um on average.
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Spores at 1000X magnification. The spores were about 15um x 10um on average.

Proposed Names

45% (3)
Eye3
Recognized by sight: In absence of microscopic information and with multiple names to choose from, I feel this is the best name.
Tao
-46% (4)
Recognized by sight: Over hanging fibrous cap edge from veil remains, visible in second image.
Based on microscopic features: Spores coming in on the smaller side at 15um x 10um with a visible hilar appendage on most.

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
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Richard
By: Thomas Laxton (Tao)
2016-02-18 00:41:13 CET (+0100)

I thought this looked like Panaeolus antillarum but the specimen had strongly attached veil on the rim of the cap overhanging the gills and an annulus on the stem as well, which are not regular features of P. antillarum. It may be a genetic stepping stone from P. antillarum to P. semiovatus. A half breed as to say.

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