BioInfo (UK)

Panaeolina foenisecii (Pers.) Maire (Brown Mottlegill, Haymaker, Brown Hay Cap)

BioImages BioImages (www.bioimages.org.uk) has 20 images of Panaeolina foenisecii (Brown Mottlegill, Haymaker, Brown Hay Cap)

NBN NBN (data.nbn.org.uk) has the UK distribution map of Panaeolina foenisecii (Brown Mottlegill, Haymaker, Brown Hay Cap)

FRDBI FRDBI (www.fieldmycology.net/gbchklst/gbchklst.asp) has the UK and Ireland records of Panaeolina foenisecii (Brown Mottlegill, Haymaker, Brown Hay Cap)

Suggested Literature

Identification Works

Holden, MN., 1989 (Colour photograph) Fungi in gardens.
Watling, R. & Gregory, N.M., 1987 Strophariaceae & Coprinaceae p.p.: Hypholoma, Melanotus, Psilocybe, Stropharia, Lacrymaria & Panaeolus

General Works

Guidelines for Field Mycologists - the practical interpretation of Section 21 of the Drugs Act 2005: http://www.britmycolosoc.org.uk/files/DrugsAct2005_Guidelines.pdf (Listed as containing Psilocin or its esters, but more recent research has shown this to be incorrect.) Guidelines for Field Mycologists - the practical interpretation of Section 21 of the Drugs Act 2005
Pegler, D.N. & Watling, R., 1982 (Psychotropic poisoning: indole group) British Toxic Fungi
Spooner, B., 2003 A dipteran gall of Paneolina and Panaeolus

Panaeolina foenisecii may also be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
Eukaryota
(eukaryotes)
FUNGI
(true fungi)
BASIDIOMYCOTA
(spore droppers)
AGARICOMYCETES
(a class of fungi)
AGARICALES
(mushrooms and toadstools)
Macromycetes (via Agaricales) Fungi s.l. (via Fungi)

Feeding and other inter-species relationships

Panaeolina foenisecii is associated with:

There may be taxa associated with Panaeolina foenisecii listed at higher taxonomic level

FUNGI
(true fungi)

Associated with Panaeolina foenisecii:

Panaeolina foenisecii may be associated with taxa listed at higher taxonomic level

FUNGI
(true fungi)
AGARICALES
(mushrooms and toadstools)
Macromycetes (via Agaricales) Fungi s.l. (via Fungi)

Further Information

Notes (MWS) A very common and widespread little summer toadstool of short grass in fields and lawns.
British records 1567
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