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Gymnopilus luteofolius, research this mushroom and its habitat, It grown in your region
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haha, friend of mine brought some Gymnopilus luteofolius or Gymnopilus aeruginosus ( im unsure) to me saying that they were wavy caps, i seriously doubt wavy caps could grow here near the rio grande. i also live in new mexico. ive only seen the luteofolius, aeruginosus , another cyanescens like species that are not red like the luteofolius ( i need help identifying this one! ) and of course p. subs grow a lot around here. I read before in the shroomerys location guide that azurescens has been confirmed here, but this may be untrue. Anyone got any information on a rusty brown to black gilled, g. aeruginosus/cyanescens lookalike species of new mexico? New Mexico
(Doesnt seem to be one of these !) Gymnopilus liquiritae Gymnopilus luteofolius (Peck) Singer. (Stamets, 1996). Gymnopilus sapineus Gymnopilus spectabilis Panaeolus papilionaceus Psilocybe azurescens Stamets Gartz. (Stamets, 1996). (Introduced).
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