Habitat: oak savannah
Substrate: old cow dung
Cap: max diameter 6 cm; not viscid; flesh 1-3 mm thick, cream to buff
Stem: diameter 3-4 mm; length 7.5 cm; not fragile
Spore deposit: black.
Gills: adnexed-adnate; mature gills black, very edges appear white; one set of gills runs from cap edge to stem, 2 sets of sub-gills (which do not run all the way to the stem)
No visible staininng
KOH negative

In the references I used, this seems to key out to Panaeolus campanulatus or Panaeolus campanulatus group, or Panaeolus papilionaceus.

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Used references: Arora, Mushrooms Demystified (Ten Speed Press 2d ed. 1986); Gibson, Matchmaker, Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest, Version 2.1.1 (Apr. 2014) (Windows application, downloadable at; Menser & Gibson, Trial field key to the species of PANAEOLUS in the Pacific Northwest (rev. 2003); Trudell & Ammirati, Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest (Timber Press 2009)

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