When: 2008-06-28

Collection location: Santa Rosa, Sonoma Co., California, USA [Click for map]

Who: Debbie Drechsler (debdrex)

No specimen available

Fruiting on a lawn (apparently composted with manure) along with P. foenisecii. Spore print black. Stipe solid, gills mottled, free and with “squared” edges. Pileus 1.6cm across, stipe 2mm at apex, total height 6cm.

Proposed Names

-20% (3)
Recognized by sight
Used references: Arora, Mykoweb, mushroomobserver
57% (1)
Recognized by sight: Reddish stem, charcoal black gills, in lawn.

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The stem
By: Byrain
2013-12-17 08:45:40 CST (+0800)

is kind of pale, I think this could be Panaeolina, too bad there is no picture of the spore print.

Panaeolus subbalteatus,
By: DannyGlick
2008-12-29 06:39:43 CST (+0800)

renamed as Panaeolus cinctulus in the Gerhardt Monograph.

I think what Deb is asking is…
By: Debbie Drechsler (debdrex)
2008-12-29 04:11:00 CST (+0800)

…how’d you get the name of the observation to change since it’s not showing up in the Name Change field?

By: Matt (Mycomatt)
2008-12-29 02:42:08 CST (+0800)


where did P. cinctulus come from as the name??!
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2008-12-28 23:57:34 CST (+0800)
P. subbalteatus
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2008-07-03 12:20:21 CST (+0800)

Panaeolus papilionaceous does not grow on lawns and has appendiculate veil remnants around the cap margin. This is Panaeolus subbalteatus which is common in lawns.