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8 hours ago, baow10 said:

its an albino!


^ This is an excellent observation baow.
Indeed mushrooms at this stage of development should of certainly dropped their spores, rendering the gills black/purple. Which suggests that it could in fact be an albino.

I was always under the impression that with fungi albinos, they aren't guaranteed, same as with humans... An albino human can have children and the kids aren't going to necessarily be albinos themselves.
This is the same with shrooms, you can even germinate albino spores and they can produce regular pigmented shrooms. So if these are indeed albinos, its strange that they come back every year AS albinos consistently.

The plot fucken thickens... This is extremely exciting stuff IMO. Thanks for the amazing contribution  @spooge  do let us all know what the results are. I am dying to find out.

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I first found these mushrooms in 2012, I've gone back to the same 1m x 1m patch in a pine coup on a hill side for the last 5 years to check them out, they have fruited every season except for 2015. I think they are def a psilocybe, they stain blue when wet and dry.

Subaeruginosa are fairly prolific in this pine coup and grow and fruit in the vicinity of this patch of gill freaks.

There are only a couple of mushrooms each year from the gill freak patch.

 

Successfully cultivated the myc in a home garden patch to see if the gill anomaly is genetic of environmental.

Turns out its genetic. They are growing on willow and eucalyptus in the garden patch and in strait pine in the wild patch, so its not substrate influencing their external morphology

These pics are from the garden patch, 2015.

 

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The caps do print so the mushrooms are not sterile.

 

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I don't think its an albino mushroom. They have the same appearance and colour every time they fruit.

I find sterile subs often and their gills are white but normal, these don't drop spores.

So imo its a psilocype sp, the sample has been sent for testing so we will know soon.

 

 

 

test results

 

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tis the season to be jolly

 

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Probably panaeolus cinctulus, havent confirmed with any bluing. In sarina area today, at a cow pasture

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Spotted this under a tree at my mothers new house. Approx 20cm across

 

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It's Chlorophyllum sp., Gimli

 

If the gills have a Greenish tint then it's Chlorophyllum molybdites.

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Well that makes things a little difficult. Not really.

 

I'd need to see the stem and possibly basal bulb to narrow it down for you.

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On 27/06/2017 at 11:14 AM, spooge said:

tis the season to be jolly

 

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Hey spooge make sure you cut the stems so you dont pull the mycelium out, and the next generation can use

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Ol' spoogie knows how to look after his local.

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rumor has it hes turned legit

i dont believe rumors

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On 6/27/2017 at 11:14 AM, spooge said:

tis the season to be jolly

 

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Hey! Just getting started hunting, are these all subs?

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^ yes except the 2nd last row, which I think may of been something that was tested recently.
refer to his DNA testing of subs thread where they (he / pablo) found a 99% dna similarity to cyanscens in regards to the visually questionable specimens (2nd last row).

winter man.... jesus
i get a stiffy every year.

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can i get an id assistance on this?

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Saffron milk caps in Katoomba around Easter time.

 

We were lucky enough to have them fresh for breakfast for 3 days on our holiday (growing prolifically nearby)! Delicious.

 

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I love my walks in the bush.

Not only do I get to enjoy all the sights, smells and sounds.

I also get a great form of exercise. ducking and weaving through the scrub,

crawling over and under logs, jumping over creeks, up and down hills across

uneven, unstable and slippery terrain.....   ok point made.

 

over 3 months in a area of about 1km x .5km over 50 different mushrooms found.

here are some of my favourites.

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24 minutes ago, Average Joe said:

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Any ideas what this is guys? Fungi is not my forte. 

White gills, only 1 i seen for the morning. Growing in Redgum/Floodplain, creekside. Pretty fat looking specimen :huh:

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