MycoKey : the species Panaeolus cinctulus

Generic short diagnoses: Small to medium sized, fairly robust looking, mostly open-land, more or less dung-associated, brown to black-spored, strongly hygrophanous agarics, typically with marbled, adnexed lamellae and pruinose stipe apex. Spores smooth to warty, with distinct germ pore.

Panaeolus cinctulus - UK: Banded Mottlegill

Panaeolus cinctulus , Banded Mottlegill, belteflekkskivesopp, kantbroking, Gezoneerde vlekplåt, Dunkelrandiger Düngerling
Illustration and © Jens H. Petersen
Denmark, JHP-83.105

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