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Hello Mushie-people here are the pictures from the mushrooms i?ve founded, i took some, so that you see the place (because of the location for easy recognition) and others where i got the main details to recognize them. I think they are "Psilocibe semilanceata" because the description matches totally but, i squeezed them at the steam to see if it becomes blue, but it didnt become blue. that stopped me from thinking about taking them home. Not a big deal, they grow like a plage there, so ill find more later on after the rain. I need your help, please let me know what you know. Thank you! -Hongo- (location) The ground was rich in wood splitters and some old leaves.
(mushrooms) they where 10-15 centimeters high, the caps between 2 and 4 cm radious. as i mentioned no purpur or blue where present as i pressed them, the smell was similar to p.cubensis, the spores where black and there was no ring on the steam, the color mostly brown. Thank you for your feedback!
they're definitely not liberty caps, that's not the correct habitat, season is off and they don't look much like them at all. the black spores rule out libs completely. BTW, bluing isn't a reliable means of identifying psilocybes, especially with liberty caps as most wont bruise blue anyway (low psilocin content).
I'm going to guess that it's some type of psathyrella. whatever it is though, it's not active or edible.