Psilocybe caerulescens Murrill on MyCoPortal
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Richard, these are without a doubt Ps. caerulescens. Sometimes they can have a dark colored pileus like the ones seen here, they can vary in color and statue depending on what type of habitat they’re found in.
Thank you and i will
i’d like to see a print and some scope work though.
wait for Alan or Alonso to chime in!!
do you think it is Psilocybe caerulescens?
very cool observation.
with gill shot
have a macro shot of the gills and/or bruising??
I did not print them, i dont even believe the veil had broken but I had to pick them
did you print these? the gills look awfully white/pink.
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