Observation 78116: Panaeolus (Fr.) Quél.
When: 2011-10-05
Who: Byrain
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Growing in a grassy area. The spores are smooth with a prominent germ pore, Pleurocystidia/Sulphidia (?) are hard to find, and the Cheilocystidia are abundant. I measured 50 spores, the average size was 11.49×7.28μ, the average Q was 1.59. The spore measurements were (LxW):

11×6
11×6.5
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×7
11×8
11×8
11×8
11×8
11×8
11×8
11×8
11×8
11.5×7
11.5×7
11.5×8
12×6.5
12×6.5
12×7
12×7
12×7
12×7
12×7
12×7
12×7
12×7
12×7
12×7
12×7
12×7.5
12.7.5
12×7.5
12×8
12×8
12×8
12×8
12×9
13×7

Images

172776
172777
172778
Pleurocystidia? Sulphidia?
1000x
Mounted in H2O
1μ divisions
172779
Pleurocystidia
1000x
Mounted in H2O
1μ divisions
172780
172781
Spores from gill
1000x
Mounted in H2O
1μ divisions
172782
Spores from gill
1000x
Mounted in H2O
1μ divisions
172783
Spores from gill
1000x
Mounted in KOH
1μ divisions
172784
Pileipellis
1000x
Mounted in H20
1μ divisions
172785
Pileus trama
100x
Mounted in H20
172786
Cheilocystidia
1000x
Mounted in H2O
1μ divisions
172787
4 spored basidium
1000x
Mounted in H2O
1μ divisions
172788
Basidium
1000x
Mounted in H2O
1μ divisions

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Keyed out
By: Byrain
2011-10-06 10:43:09 WAT (+0100)

I tried keying it out in the Gerhardt Panaeolus key, if that is Sulphidia I get Panaeolus microsporus which I have no description for. If it isn’t Sulphidia, I get P. goossensiae which I have a description for in German… From what little I can find it seems to be from Africa and Hawaii.

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