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I found these today growing in decaying wooded areas in ohio. I think these may be silocybe caerulipes. Here are the stats I got for it:
The stem bruised blue after handling. The gills were a chocolate like brown The spore print was also a darker chocolate brown. The stem is hollow, with a nice amount of blue bruising on it (The pictures dont show it too well).
Im a bit tired right now, so sorry if this isnt the greatest but some help would be cool. Here are pictures. They seem to be close to those of the one listed on the field guide.
Also found some nice Pan Subbs today on the same hunt. Hope to find more of both tomorrow! Also got some nice Boletes that are pretty cool looking. *edit - the picture makes it look the opposite, but the mushroom has a slight nipple where the stem came to the cap.
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