Collection location: Cascades along Highway 12, Lewis Co. and Yakima Co., Washington, USA [Click for map]
Fruiting directly from nitrogen rich horse manure-montane elevation. Bases bluing readily due to low temps and high nitrogen content.
P. acuminatus has a similar behavior with minute isidia to stems, brown cap and jet black gills- but without bluing reaction to stem base and twisted striate stipes.
Temp: near freezing, snowing lightly.
Striate, minutely hirsute stems; Buff, somewhat zoned caps, very wet collection for this species, glabrous at maturity. Gills jet black, with lamellae grey to white towards tips.
Alternative Name(s): Panaeolus subbalteatus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.
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Spore shape, size, details about the germ pore (Oblique?), and cheilocystidia shape.
which would indicate that this is Panaeolus fimicola.
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