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    #25495813 - 09/28/18 03:42 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

Found this ones near liberty caps

When I broke one stem from the cap the broken spot turned blue

Cap size 1-3.5 cm
Stem 1-3mm. easy braking, 3-4 cm.long
Gills brown
Spore prints waiting,


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Krivis]
    #25495821 - 09/28/18 03:45 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

What substrate did they grow from? Which country are you in? Do they have a pellicle? How do they smell?


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Krivis]
    #25495824 - 09/28/18 03:46 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

What's your general location, it does appear to be something interesting, let them print for a minimum of 6-8hrs and post of a picture.


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Anglerfish]
    #25495829 - 09/28/18 03:47 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Anglerfish]
    #25495916 - 09/28/18 04:17 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

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What substrate did they grow from? Which country are you in? Do they have a pellicle? How do they smell?



It was under the cherry I think on rotten tree chips, smell sweet more like edible not like liberty caps, country same as you, no pellicle, I think I have ruined spore print(med varmepumpe),what left looks brown :frown:
my mistake unexperienced.


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Krivis]
    #25495975 - 09/28/18 04:42 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

To make a spore print:
Cut the stem off as close to the gills as possible and place them gills down on a piece of foil or paper, if using paper, use both black and white paper placing half the mushroom on each sheet, leave them alone for a minimum of 6-8hrs and up to 24hrs to get a good print. Place a cup or bowl over them while printing, if they are already drying when you find them, add a drop of water to the center of the cap, it can help sometimes.


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Krivis]
    #25495988 - 09/28/18 04:46 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

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What substrate did they grow from? Which country are you in? Do they have a pellicle? How do they smell?



It was under the cherry I think on rotten tree chips, smell sweet more like edible not like liberty caps, country same as you, no pellicle, I think I have ruined spore print(med varmepumpe),what left looks brown :frown:
my mistake unexperienced.




Is that purple under the large mushroom on the left with the stem, looks like purple spored on the foil?


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Doc9151]
    #25495990 - 09/28/18 04:46 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

resembles  Pluteus cyanopus. but ive never seen ne just in pictures.  saus they grow  in Europe though


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: bloodycarcass]
    #25495993 - 09/28/18 04:47 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

I don't think it is pluteus, I think it will be psilocybe.


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Doc9151]
    #25496005 - 09/28/18 04:53 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

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To make a spore print:
Cut the stem off as close to the gills as possible and place them gills down on a piece of foil or paper, if using paper, use both black and white paper placing half the mushroom on each sheet, leave them alone for a minimum of 6-8hrs and up to 24hrs to get a good print. Place a cup or bowl over them while printing, if they are already drying when you find them, add a drop of water to the center of the cap, it can help sometimes.



Thanks! now i did with water as you told and cup, do not have black paper, hope it will work.


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Krivis]
    #25496128 - 09/28/18 05:33 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

Black paper won't be necessary this time, I don't think it will be a pale spored species, aluminum foil is my favorite for spore prints because all spore colors a visible.


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Krivis] * 1
    #25496139 - 09/28/18 05:37 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

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country same as you, no pellicle, I think I have ruined spore print(med varmepumpe),what left looks brown :frown:





Okay, if I may ask - which fylke are you in? Please dry and keep a few mushrooms for analysis.
It this is indeed a psychoactive species, we might have something interesting.


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Krivis]
    #25496165 - 09/28/18 05:49 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

Here is ruined print looks blackish

Lets see on white paper tomorrow.


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Krivis]
    #25496979 - 09/28/18 11:45 PM (2 years, 7 months ago)

Looks like a Psilocybe mushroom to me, I am not sure what though


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: EyeEatMushrooms]
    #25497204 - 09/29/18 02:57 AM (2 years, 7 months ago)

Maybe P. Subfermataria :shrug: Just a guess since he said he found them near libs where dung usually is?


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: LincolnCityTripper]
    #25497229 - 09/29/18 03:21 AM (2 years, 7 months ago)

P. subfimetaria isn't known from Norway, I think it has only ever been found in PNW.

It is possibly P. fimetaria, or perhaps an unusual form of P. semilanceata.
However the presented specimens aren't in top condition as they appear here.
If OP can get back to the exact spot and, in case there are more, take some good in situ
shots it would help immensely. It would also help to know roughly where in Norway this
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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Anglerfish]
    #25497312 - 09/29/18 05:21 AM (2 years, 7 months ago)

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P. subfimetaria isn't known from Norway, I think it has only ever been found in PNW.

It is possibly P. fimetaria, or perhaps an unusual form of P. semilanceata.
However the presented specimens aren't in top condition as they appear here.
If OP can get back to the exact spot and, in case there are more, take some good in situ
shots it would help immensely. It would also help to know roughly where in Norway this
was found.



I am not mycologist just hunting edible mushrooms from early childhood so sorry for that mistake, I'm always piking up rare spices from ground, just didn't expect that this one will bluish. Photo from mobile phone,maybe it will help


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: bloodycarcass]
    #25497314 - 09/29/18 05:30 AM (2 years, 7 months ago)

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resembles  Pluteus cyanopus. but ive never seen ne just in pictures.  saus they grow  in Europe though



I think so looks more like Pluteus c. but Gills brown not pink whether it younger or older mushroom.


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: Anglerfish]
    #25497345 - 09/29/18 06:44 AM (2 years, 7 months ago)

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Anglerfish said:
P. subfimetaria isn't known from Norway, I think it has only ever been found in PNW.

It is possibly P. fimetaria, or perhaps an unusual form of P. semilanceata.
However the presented specimens aren't in top condition as they appear here.
If OP can get back to the exact spot and, in case there are more, take some good in situ
shots it would help immensely. It would also help to know roughly where in Norway this
was found.



Oh shit i didn't see that he was from Norway? I wasn't paying to close attention to his location i guess but had i known that i would have changed my guess.
P. Fimetaria sounds good to me though, that probably would have been my second guess. Its very interesting nonetheless.


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Re: Bruses blue rare [Re: LincolnCityTripper]
    #25497362 - 09/29/18 07:06 AM (2 years, 7 months ago)

This night I had intense dream that I'm myself a mushroom and many mushrooms,I'm close to think that it is Psilocybe Cyanescens by apearence. Today to​ hard raining, I will try to look for more tomorrow.


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