Collection location: Grass Lake, Olympia, Washington, USA [Click for map]
Football field adjacent to Grass lake- collection spot.
JET BLACK SPORE PRINT. I also Collected and posted some these last week from Marshall middle school- pretty sure they’re P.acuminatus due to the Black spore print— not purple which would indicate P. foe’s. Also have a very “dusty” and or velvety hirsute stem that is purplish/wine red when handled.
Could also possibly be Panaeolus fimicola due to black spore deposit and dusty hirsute stalk.
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The reddish brown color of the stipe and black spore print would definitely point the opposite direction of Panaeolina foenisecii.
Panaeolina foenisecii has a brittle silky white stipe, as well as a hygrophanous pileus that fades to a straw/tan color.