When: 2006-11-04

Collection location: Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin Co., California, USA [Click for map]

Who: Darvin DeShazer (darv)

No specimen available

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Recognized by sight: P. acuminatus is a grass dwelling species, this observation seems to not be in grass, do you recall the habitat? Did you happen to save it?

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By: Darvin DeShazer (darv)
2020-07-03 09:48:11 PDT (-0700)

Good questions: I did not save the specimen and I don’t remember it from 14 years ago. The habitat looks like Madrone and Red Alder.

Problem is that one species is active and the other is not.
By: John W. Allen
2020-07-03 09:31:19 PDT (-0700)

Panaeolus acuminatus (Syn.=Panaeolus fimicola) is not an active species while Panaeolus olivaceus Mol. is an active species. Sten, check your spelling of the species. And caps have a wice varience in their sizes, shapes and coloration.

btw, Panaeolus olivaceus is not mentioned anywhere in Paul Stamts’ Psilocybin Mushrooms of the World

Please “Propose Another Name”
By: Joseph D. Cohen (Joe Cohen)
2020-03-31 04:56:07 PDT (-0700)

HI Sten:
Please use the Propose Another Name button to suggest a different name. That’s how MO is intended to work. It helps drive the consensus to the best name, and it enables features that aren’t enabled by merely leaving a Comment (e.g., searching for Observations where a Name is proposed).
(Of course, you’re free to also add a Comment.)

I vote it is Panaeolus olivaceceus Møl.
By: Sten Larris (SML)
2020-03-31 00:33:10 PDT (-0700)

The cap is very light for P. fimicola (Lge.) Kühn. & Romagn, wich is not really hygrophanos and has a somewhat darker stipe and cap-margin normally bended down, not outwards.