Help urgen!,please help me identify this mushroom!

Discussion in 'Magic Mushrooms' started by Cannablissfully, Jul 12, 2013.

  1. *urgent sorry lol,
    Location, Found growing out of old horse manure.
    It's july,summer time,it's warm out but it recently rained.
    The spore print is almost totally black.
    it did not bruise blue when pinched though,but the stem has turned a yellowish color. could it be psilocybin? thanks.

    is it possible that they could be this type of mushroom?Called,Panaeolus Cyanescens
    ^ Panaeolus Cyanescens example picture
  2. TAZER-69

    TAZER-69 Listen To Your Heart! Lifetime Supporter

    That would be a Shit takke.... Just kidding
  3. lol,but i would like a serious post about this i need to know what these mushrooms that are growing outside are.
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  5. LetLovinTakeHold

    LetLovinTakeHold Cuz it will if you let it

    Don't eat a mushroom if you don't know what it is. That's not to say some people here aren't experts at identification, but trusting random people on the Internet with your health is a fools game. And it could be tricky indentifying with pics anyway
  6. Grainpsilo

    Grainpsilo Member

    Could be

    Or it could be a panaeolus antillarum.... It is hard to tell with the bad pics and minimal info.

    Either way it is good news..... This means the growing conditions are favorable to Pans.

    Try going back and looking for mushrooms growing in taller grass in well manured soil but not on cow patties. ( it is unusual to find pans on cow patties in my experience but it does happen)

    Bring a knife with you and make sure you get the whole stem with some mycellium still attached to the bottom.... The mycellium turns indigo black in a minute or two..... Alot sooner then the stem
  7. Sweet!,Thanks for the tips/advice! =)

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