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Can you post pictures of your findings? So what would the species name be then?
Below is the work that sporeworks did for a collection of mine.
Also another member on here has reported these to be Psilocybin active, so did sporeworks. Sporeworks used indole test strips to show that the collection I sent them contained psilocybin/psilocin, I am curious how accurate indole test strips are for detecting psilocybin/psilocin in specimens.
Thank you very much for your work on these Alonso, it’s greatly appreciated.
P. naematoliformis has rhomboid spores. These specimens have spores subrhomboid to ellipsoidal.
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