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These mushrooms, except for the first image were ruined by the film processor in Thailand who was missing a color filter from the machine. The first image of four mushrooms are currently be scanned by the sem in Bangkok at Chulalongkorn University. I am posting a picture of some growing naturally for you to see how many are up. When I returned there were thousands of this mushroom all over. I do nnot believe it is psilocybian but I collected some specimens and will post more better images later.
One is of their habitat and samuiensis was also growing in the same field at the same time and so were several specimens of P. cubensis.
This is close to their natural color and they get rather tall at five to six inches each and a cap the size of a golf ball.
Here is a single rice paddie with many growing as you can see the little white spots of shrooms, although the color is like the picture above:
More picked specimens
Yet more images to be scanned and posted. Including the Copelandia's from Cambodia and the New Cope species from Samui and three Cope tropicalis mushrooms from samui