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Need ID: Another possible psilocybe..
    #4269962 - 06/08/05 12:19 AM (11 years, 9 months ago)

These were found out in the fields in singles here and there in cow patties or next to them.

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Mushrooms are growing in southern texas, these ones aren't in the planter though. they are growing in the country in areas of medium heavy shade, under trees, in or next to cow patties.

these gills are not attached, they're seperated like the cube i posted earlier. they're a light brownish color, mixed with a slight grey. the spores color the edges a slight purple.

the caps measure about 1 and a half inches across, and about half an inch to 3 quarters of an inch in depth. the stems range from 4 to 6 inches long. the width ranges anywhere from 2/8ths to 5/8ths of an inch, depending on the maturity of the mushroom.

the stems bruise very slightly at the bottom, but only slightly. just enough to tell its a light green color. stems are very smooth, and slightly hollow. the base seems to be stronger than the middle area. mostly the color is a solid, glossy whitish color, with little streaks of golden-brown here and there.

the caps are conical, not inverted like the cube from before. these are normal overhanging mushrooms. the top has a slight golden color, and there are areas of bruising now that seem to be a greenish blue. there are areas of light purple, but the purpling is faint. they are conical looking, but not TOO conical. there is some roundness to them.

the bruising is a bluish green on caps, but there isn't much bruising on the stem. stems dont have that "fungus" look to them, they are more straight. the scent is 'like that fresh mushroom smell', but not like store bought mushrooms.

i'll have another post up tomorrow. im finding many random species of mushrooms all over my property these past few days.. i feel like i'm calling to them, haha.


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Re: Need ID: Another possible psilocybe.. [Re: Strength]
    #4270073 - 06/08/05 12:58 AM (11 years, 9 months ago)

Pan. Antillarum most likely.


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Re: Need ID: Another possible psilocybe.. [Re: Strength]
    #4270091 - 06/08/05 01:04 AM (11 years, 9 months ago)

I had to adjust the brightness levels on your 6th pic and it looks more like the gills are attached. Not that it's easy to tell from that angle.

You mentioned them bruising but there isn't any visible blue in the pics - that I can see anyways. The active copelandia species will bruise blue pretty obviously. Be sure that what you are seeing is really a blue bruising reaction. If you are unsure, try to get pics of the bruised areas, in a bright enough light so that it's visible in the photos.

I would agree that it looks like some species of panaeolus.


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Re: Need ID: Another possible psilocybe.. [Re: eris]
    #4270099 - 06/08/05 01:07 AM (11 years, 9 months ago)

so these are not good then?


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Re: Need ID: Another possible psilocybe.. [Re: eris]
    #4270158 - 06/08/05 01:25 AM (11 years, 9 months ago)

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eris said:
You mentioned them bruising but there isn't any visible blue in the pics - that I can see anyways.




Oh yea, I forgot to mention that.    :crazy2:


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