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Yesterday I had eaten 3.6 grams of dried Pan. cyanescens, and went on a journey through the woods. Boy, it was a journey alright. I pretty much lost my mind. The colors and visuals were almost too intense.
Anyways, probably right around the peak of this experience I came upon these large mushrooms which I thought were no dout "The Prince" mushrooms. Now that I look at the pictures and descriptions, I am a little unsure. Now I didn't collect these specimens or anything, so I'll have to explain them the best I can.
Cap: 10-12cm broad, convex. White flesh with brown fibrils. Dry. Gills: Close and free, brown. Stalk: 8-10 cm long, 3 cm thick, white, slightly off-white/buff. Shaggy, about halfway up. I was not sure if there was a bulbous base or not. Veil: membranous, not really as thick as I usually see it.
Growing in redwoods, right next to the path. I certainly has not rained much as of late. It was the only mushroom I found...not like I could really concentrate on much...lol! I did not test for bruising or smells. I think I will try to go back and look at them further another day or try to find some more.