Very similar to Ps. semilanceata without typical umbo, and expanding more the cap at maturity. Growing in grass. The stripe is more fragile than in Ps. semilanceata.


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Answers to Dusan
By: Xavier Nadal (Xavier Nadal)
2021-02-21 04:10:19 PST (-0800)

Hi Dusan, I accept the jokes, and I was knowing that propose that name without more clues can be a source of comments….;)
Unfortunately I don´t have the samples and I can´t study more for proper ID.
Answering your questions:
- Quite dry at time of collection and no test if they have a separable pelice on pileus or lamella edge, and no microscopy done on that collection.
- Growing directly on soil, not on dung. The field was grazing mainly by cows.

Question for nadal (lots od them)
By: Dušan (RenegadeMycologist)
2021-02-21 03:24:07 PST (-0800)

1. Do nadal likes getting his ass kicked by djokovic (joke ;)
2. Was there separable pelicle on the pileus ?
3. Was there separable pelicle on the lamella edge ?
4. Was there any microscopy done on these ?
5. Were they growing from the dung directly, or from the soil.
6. What animals were grazing at the field, sheeps or such ?

Thank you very much.