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Adding images to this observation
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (aceska@telus.net)
2017-10-01 02:24:59 CDT (-0500)

I added photos of a group of sporocarps that grew near the single sporocarp originally posted as this observation. The dark-cap photo was of the same single sporocarp as that which followed it, but it was taken in the full sun and came out far too dark. I deleted it. I added more spore photos. Spore do not show any ornamentation, but their variable width is due to the fact that spores are flattened and not always laying flat when photographed. Oluna used the Swiss book for identification. Adolf

Spores
By: Ryan Patrick (donjonson420)
2017-09-30 23:01:39 CDT (-0500)

Gerhardt mentions slightly roughened spores as a distinguishing characteristic between similar Panaeolus. Is this information outdated? I understand this feature is not mentioned in the original description.

By: Richard Kneal (bloodworm)
2017-09-30 22:15:33 CDT (-0500)

I found Panaeolus olivaceus in Oregon and they looked exactly like this.
Nice find Oluna and Adolf.
Ryan…perhaps Calebs id is wrong…wouldn’t be the first time.

Doubtful
By: Ryan Patrick (donjonson420)
2017-09-30 21:51:17 CDT (-0500)

What: Panaeolus
Confidence: Promising

Recognized by sight: No olivaceous tones Used references: observation 146939 Based on microscopic features: Smooth spores