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Sorry for posting this in the "hunting section" but I don't really know anywhere else to post this that it would receive half a notice or consideration.
I've noticed in all the location I've hunted across the USA, there are species that share the same attributes while lacking one or another small point which seperates them from a known and documented species.
As the area of known species spreads outward I encounter more and more species of seemingly similar attributes. So I am left to conclude on a very personal level that evolution is very apparent through both animal and fungus growth.
Psilocybe weilii for example have a plethora of nearly identicle (smell) (taste) (physicality) all are different species however and all are undocumented (TO MY KNOWLDGE).