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Beautiful Inocybe sp. Could this be active?
    #26031531 - 06/04/19 03:21 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

Found in native bush NZ. Substrate it was growing from is soil I think.

Pileus 2 cm diameter and dark brown.

Stipe 4 cm diameter. The base appeared to changed colour at first from green to more of a bluish green quite quickly.


If anyone can id the species it would be appreciated.




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Re: Beautiful Inocybe sp. Could this be active? [Re: Bagels]
    #26031539 - 06/04/19 03:32 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

Cool find Bagels


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Re: Beautiful Inocybe sp. Could this be active? [Re: chipsandwich]
    #26031546 - 06/04/19 03:39 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

It is an Inocybe species, possibly I. calamistratoides.
It is highly toxic, do not consume. I don't believe there are any
active Inocybe species found growing in New Zealand.

Here are three finds of that species on mushroomobserver.org for comparison:

https://mushroomobserver.org/observer/index_observation?q=oMVS


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Re: Beautiful Inocybe sp. Could this be active? [Re: Anglerfish]
    #26031640 - 06/04/19 05:28 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

Yes Anglerfish it does look very much like that. Thanks for your help. There seems to be quite a few Inocybe species around here but that is the first one I have found that looked like a possible active. Gosh I hope there is one to be discovered in NZ.

Thanks chipsandwich it was a little bit exciting there for a moment :smile:


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Re: Beautiful Inocybe sp. Could this be active? [Re: Bagels]
    #26031692 - 06/04/19 06:37 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

Yes, it is more or less identical to the I. calamistrata found in Europe.
Did you smell it? Supposed to smell "fishy" or slightly acidic.


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Re: Beautiful Inocybe sp. Could this be active? [Re: Anglerfish]
    #26031716 - 06/04/19 07:05 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

When I picked it, it had a faintly sweet smell. I just crushed the stems and it does smell somewhat fishy. A fresh smell though and not unpleasant at all. Like being at the beach lol


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Re: Beautiful Inocybe sp. Could this be active? [Re: Bagels]
    #26033548 - 06/05/19 02:32 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

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inski said:

Inocybe calamistratoides also possibly contains psilocybin.






Do you still have it? I'll send you a psilocybin test kit if you do. Would be interesting if a toxic mushroom also contained
Psilocybin


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Re: Beautiful Inocybe sp. Could this be active? [Re: chipsandwich]
    #26034721 - 06/05/19 05:34 PM (1 year, 8 months ago)

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chipsandwich said:
Quote:

inski said:

Inocybe calamistratoides also possibly contains psilocybin.






Do you still have it? I'll send you a psilocybin test kit if you do. Would be interesting if a toxic mushroom also contained
Psilocybin




Hi chipsandwich, I would be keen to do this. I have two caps which I have spore printed. I'll message you.


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Re: Beautiful Inocybe sp. Could this be active? [Re: Bagels]
    #26035502 - 06/06/19 02:17 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

As far as I can tell from some limited research none of the psilocybin containing Inocybe species also contain muscarine.

I don't believe the species in this thread contains psilocybin.


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Re: Beautiful Inocybe sp. Could this be active? [Re: inski]
    #26113128 - 07/17/19 05:47 AM (1 year, 7 months ago)

An update to say I did test the Inocybe calamistratoides (?) for psilocybin and the result was negative. Although the mushrooms that I thought I had dried were mouldy and the test kit I bought from Gizmos looked el cheapo.

Can anyone tell me a reliable place where I can buy Psilocybin test kits from?


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Re: Beautiful Inocybe sp. Could this be active? [Re: Bagels]
    #26115213 - 07/18/19 01:16 AM (1 year, 7 months ago)

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Bagels said:
An update to say I did test the Inocybe calamistratoides (?) for psilocybin and the result was negative. Although the mushrooms that I thought I had dried were mouldy and the test kit I bought from Gizmos looked el cheapo.

Can anyone tell me a reliable place where I can buy Psilocybin test kits from?




https://www.reddit.com/r/shrooms/comments/9a8wie/ehrlich_reagent_can_verify_if_your_mushrooms_are/


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