Panaeolus cinctulus

This is a common fungus that is found throughout the world. It’s cap ranges from convex and campanulate to umbonate depending on its stage of maturity.

Fruiting bodies can range from 4-6cm in diameter and are typically found in grassy, well-fertilized areas.

The mushroom is known to contain some psychoactive effects

Genus: Panaeolus

Species: cinctulus

Growing Season: Spring

Growing Season: Fall

Growing Season: Summer

Cap: Convex

Gill Attachment: Free

Spore Print: Black

Hymenium Type: Gills

Veil: Absent

2019-06-14T11:04:17-06:00

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Cortinarius trivialis

Fruiting bodies are seen in late summer, fall and even winter in warmer climates in North America.

This mushroom may be toxic, however it also contains a slimy veil which makes it quite unappealing.

It forms a mycorrhizal relationship with some aspen species.

Genus: Cortinarus

Species: trivialis

Growing Season: Summer

Cap: Convex

Gill Attachment: Attached

Spore Print: Brown

Hymenium Type: Gills

2019-02-17T15:13:38-07:00

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