Observation 168863: Panaeolus antillarum (Fr.) Dennis
When: 2011-04-14
No herbarium specimen

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Habitat
By: Byrain
2014-07-02 13:29:03 CST (+0800)

Does not matter so much here as long as its herbivorous dung. Here is the Anellaria key which is relatively easy compared to most Panaeolus keys…

“Key: Species of the subgenus Anellaria
1 Veil visible as an ascending annulus; cap often typical
semiovate Panaeolus semiovatus var. semiovatus (1)
- Veil visible as dentate or appendiculate margin of the
cap or absent; cap semiglobate or campanulate . . 2
2 Veil visible as dentate or appendiculate margin of the cap
(fugacious); spores elongated, in average reaching 20 (im
in lenght, little flattened (fig. 2 c); species of temperate
zones
…. Panaeolus semiovatus var. phalaenarum (2)
- Veil absent; spores more stocky and more flattened,
in average less 20 um (about 15-20 Lim long), similar
papilionaceus-type; species of tropical and subtropical
zones
…………………… Panaeolus antillarum (3)”

Different species
By: Len Worthington (lennyworthington)
2014-07-02 13:04:06 CST (+0800)

On Elephant dung.I’m not sure this is the same species as my first post.

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