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    Question Panaeolus Castaneifolius or Liberty Cap ID

    Panaeolus species i believe, cant see any huge blue bruising so probably not active but did notice blueish tones around base and in cap. Anyhow, anyone know how common these are in NZ? Growing at 800 meters, cold wet environment. South Island. Possible other species in the same area that may be active if these are present?

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    I would agree. The last four are intriguing however because they have very similar morphology yet are distinctly way too fucking large. Might be worth making a post on shroomereh to confirm that they are just some kind of Panaeolus sp. In NZ they are common in some areas and impossible to find in others. They definitely prefer the East coast of South Island but not necessarily on higher altitudes. Lib hauls are common in Dunedin, in and around Timaru and Omaru. Queenstown is also great. Tip: when freshly rained on P. semilanceata posses a veil that can be seen as a thin film when separating the gills. There are few if any NZ grass dwelling species that have such a veil. Happy hunting

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