Collection location: Drummond, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa [Click for map]
Alternative Name(s): Panaeolus subbalteatus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.
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They are beautiful and big… I live in Bogota, Colombia… I suspect P. cinctulus grows near my house… Please you could help me :) . You find P.foenisecii in families in the begginings of the mushroom season but often you see a lonely Panaeolus cinctulus growing by the middle and endings of the mushroom rainy seasons… The stem is like yours its like brown and it will turn obscure when the mushroom its picked…. The suspected P. cinctulus differs from the P. foenisecii because the P. foenisecii is light brown in Colour including its spores while the suspected P. cinctulus is more of a graybrwon colour and its spores are more of a dark purple colour…
Please take a look and comment… The following too suspected P. cinctulus
and the next one is a P. foenisecii:
Yes I often find them very large here. Both our Panaeolus cinctulus and Copelandia cyanescens are the largest I have ever seen recorded.
I did not know they could get so large. Is this common with the species or just your region?
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