Species: Panaeolus papilionaceus (Bull.) Quél. (1872) Go Back
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Description:
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These fungi full into a group of fungi that are called coprophilous fungus, that is they grow on horse and cow dung . Although it can also be found in fields enriched by the mentioned dung. Identified by black spores and a motley black gray gills and white partial veil fragment on the cap edge.
Common name: None
Found: Grasslands
Substrate: Horse Dung
Spore: Black
Height: 100 mm
Width: 20 mm
Season: Autumn
Edible: No
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Macro images:
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Panaeolus papilionaceusScale bar  
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  Scale = 6.6 mm.
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Panaeolus papilionaceusScale bar  
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  Scale = 6.6 mm.
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Scale bar  
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  Scale = 6.6 mm.
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Panaeolus papilionaceusScale bar  
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  Scale =4.5 mm.
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