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ID request for active mushrooms
    #26990849 - 10/18/20 01:40 AM (9 days, 3 hours ago)

ID request for psilocin/psilocybin mushrooms: Panaeolus cyanescens Psilocybe cubensis

Habitat: South Louisiana
Where does it grow? Pasture near to trees What does it does it grow from? Old dung

Gills:
Black, attached/?, gills very many spores

Stem: Stem 1 very thin like rails white underneath layers
Stem 2 solid thick cream purple ring

Cap:
A 0.5-1.75 cm
B 2 inches

Spore print color:
Black to brownish/purple
Bruising: blue all shades of blue until black

Other information:
Fresh scent like pools and streams of water or green clovers.  Very acidic to mild.


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Re: ID request for active mushrooms [Re: Jadedgreen]
    #26990897 - 10/18/20 03:19 AM (9 days, 2 hours ago)

looks like pan and cubes to me

can't say for all of them though.

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Re: ID request for active mushrooms [Re: Rafiikii]
    #26993921 - 10/20/20 05:37 AM (6 days, 23 hours ago)

Spore print from same shroomin


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Re: ID request for active mushrooms [Re: Jadedgreen]
    #26995441 - 10/20/20 11:29 PM (6 days, 5 hours ago)

pans have a black spore print


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Re: ID request for active mushrooms [Re: Rafiikii]
    #26995586 - 10/21/20 02:55 AM (6 days, 2 hours ago)

Red look like P. cubensis, green is likely P. cubensis but too dry and can't see much on the picture.

The others look like a mixed bag of Panaeolus. I'd say cyanescens if they have black spore print and you saw them bruising blue before they got totally black.

I've seen Pan. cyanescens bruising heavily blue and getting pretty dark like that but it's hard to say without knowing how the transition went.



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Re: ID request for active mushrooms [Re: shroower]
    #26996390 - 10/21/20 03:19 PM (5 days, 14 hours ago)

Yeah the red circle and green circles were where I grouped the cubes together with one slightly purple

More I found seem a little more together and better shape I also grouped them as cubes with large pans and pans with large pans
59% humidity 84° fahrenheit October 21
Partly cloudy All have bruised blue getting darker after a few minutes

Edit: Fourth pic is an unearthed pan cyanescens on top a panaeolus papilionaceus which I threw away.  You can see mycelium under the pan cyan


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Re: ID request for active mushrooms [Re: Jadedgreen]
    #26996470 - 10/21/20 04:00 PM (5 days, 13 hours ago)

Quote:

Jadedgreen said:
Yeah the red circle and green circles were where I grouped the cubes together with one slightly purple

More I found seem a little more together and better shape I also grouped them as cubes with large pans and pans with large pans
59% humidity 84° fahrenheit October 21
Partly cloudy
All have bruised blue getting darker after a few minutes

Edit: Fourth pic is an unearthed pan cyanescens on top a panaeolus papilionaceus which I threw away.  You can see mycelium under the pan cyan




Oh yes, those are fresher. You got them, P. cubensis and Pan. cyanescens.
Anecdotal but that heavy bruise on Pan. cyans. is reverted by soaking them in a solution of vitamin C (that you plan to drink). I found them to be pretty potent that way compared to just blackened ones.


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Re: ID request for active mushrooms [Re: shroower]
    #26996815 - 10/21/20 08:22 PM (5 days, 9 hours ago)

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Quote:

Jadedgreen said:
Yeah the red circle and green circles were where I grouped the cubes together with one slightly purple

More I found seem a little more together and better shape I also grouped them as cubes with large pans and pans with large pans
59% humidity 84° fahrenheit October 21
Partly cloudy
All have bruised blue getting darker after a few minutes

Edit: Fourth pic is an unearthed pan cyanescens on top a panaeolus papilionaceus which I threw away.  You can see mycelium under the pan cyan




Oh yes, those are fresher. You got them, P. cubensis and Pan. cyanescens.
Anecdotal but that heavy bruise on Pan. cyans. is reverted by soaking them in a solution of vitamin C (that you plan to drink). I found them to be pretty potent that way compared to just blackened ones.





Here is a black spore print from one of these pan cyans:
Is it better to use the dark bruised blue rather than completely blacked for the vitamin c solution? And the bluing is supposed to fade away after?


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Re: ID request for active mushrooms [Re: Jadedgreen]
    #26996989 - 10/21/20 10:35 PM (5 days, 6 hours ago)

Very Nice Finds :cheers:


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Re: ID request for active mushrooms [Re: Jadedgreen]
    #26997213 - 10/22/20 02:43 AM (5 days, 2 hours ago)

Quote:

Jadedgreen said:
Quote:

shroower said:
Quote:

Jadedgreen said:
Yeah the red circle and green circles were where I grouped the cubes together with one slightly purple

More I found seem a little more together and better shape I also grouped them as cubes with large pans and pans with large pans
59% humidity 84° fahrenheit October 21
Partly cloudy
All have bruised blue getting darker after a few minutes

Edit: Fourth pic is an unearthed pan cyanescens on top a panaeolus papilionaceus which I threw away.  You can see mycelium under the pan cyan




Oh yes, those are fresher. You got them, P. cubensis and Pan. cyanescens.
Anecdotal but that heavy bruise on Pan. cyans. is reverted by soaking them in a solution of vitamin C (that you plan to drink). I found them to be pretty potent that way compared to just blackened ones.





Here is a black spore print from one of these pan cyans:
Is it better to use the dark bruised blue rather than completely blacked for the vitamin c solution? And the bluing is supposed to fade away after?




Both worked when I tried. I really don't have an explanation for that but I have a hypothesis now that we know that the polymerization of psilocin is what gives it the blue/black color that the polymer might be breaking back into psilocin monomers. Guess we'll have to wait until new research comes to show that or not.


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