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Macroscopically is similar to P. caerulescens, also when I saw reminded me of that species. The type of spores are different, in P. muliercula are ellipsoidal and P. caerulescens are rhomboids. Soon I’ll upload pictures of spores and cystidia.
How do these differ from Psilocybe caerulescens?
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