Observation 115698: Psilocybe cyanescens Wakef.
When: 2012-11-04
Collection location: Washington, USA [Click for map]
No herbarium specimen

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Proposed Names

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Always wood chips in the substrate
By: lightworkerpeace (gsharpnolack)
2012-11-04 23:17:12 CST (-0500)

Wood chips are frequently kicked into lawns by both animals and humans. They are often used in landscaping and these areas often border lawns.

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By: Noiso (Noiso)
2012-11-04 23:13:24 CST (-0500)

There were wood chips within the lawn? Any guesses how they got there? I will have to take a closer look at lawns in my area.

Created: 2012-11-04 13:43:22 CST (-0500)
Last modified: 2012-11-04 23:17:58 CST (-0500)
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