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Habitat: growing in woods on what appeared to be fallen alder tree and stump in a mixed forest of alder and fir. there were about fifty growing in the cluster. Western washington.
Gills: mostly white with a yellow tent more present in older specimens. attached gills.
Stem: average length of mature mushrooms is about 5 inches, 1 - 2 cm in diameter, somewhat fibrous outside, spongy inside. White in young specimens, darkening to brown in older specimens. bruises slowly to a light brown.
Cap: Mature caps average about 2 inches. Almost smooth, just a little...I don't know the right word, I guess fuzz, which is more apparent in younger caps.
Spore print color: White spore print, it took about a day to get a decent spore print.
I'm not convinced that they are anything psychedelic, but it is reminiscent of many of the psilocybes I've seen. and theres so many there that I just want to be sure. Thanks for your time!