Panaeolus (Copelandia) bisporus : Spore Print Microscopy Kit

Panaeolus (Copelandia) bisporus : Spore Print Microscopy Kit

Panaeolus (Copelandia) bisporus : Spore Print Microscopy Kit

Habitat: Manure and enriched soils
Climate: Temperate/ Mediterranean

Strain Origin: Colville, Washington, USA

A microscopically confirmed collection of Panaeolus bisporus from the continental USA.  Unlike its close relative, P. cyanescens, this species is more adventitious and tolerant of temperate climates.  Formerly only reported from Morrocco (Type locality) and nearby Spain.  There are (unpublished?) reports of this species from Switzerland and Hawaii.

Panaeolus bisporus is distinquished from P. cyanescens by its exclusively 2-spored basidia.  The young mushrooms generally have very dark (lead grey to nearly black) caps which fade to a light grey at maturity.

Original collection by Frizzie aka Subbalteatus 8/2010.  An apparently identical 2008 collection from San Diego, California is featured in the Spore Works gallery.  A possible third collection from Spokane is currently being examined.

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Details
SKU PSMICpr-355
Weight 0.01 lbs
 
Our price: $28.00 (24.36)
 
Quantity Out of stock