Observation 119304: Psilocybe allenii Borov., Rockefeller & P.G. Werner
When: 2012-12-07
( 91m)
Who: FunGuyRod
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Small patch of approx. one dozen growing on wood-chips/mulch, in between public walkway and street, partially hidden amidst a short thicket type shrub commonly used in public landscaping in the area. Shade trees in the area include live oak, valley oak and redwood. A classic P.“cyanofriscosa” if I’ve ever seen one. These are quite thick and meaty (compared to P.cyanescens). This “species” seems pretty rare in the East Bay area compared to more western parts of the SF bay area. I think they are most common in the wood-chip landscaping areas around freeway on-ramps, which unfortunately are mostly inaccessible.

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Recognized by sight: Obvious blue hue to stem, location, substrate highly suggests

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“allenii” is the new accepted name
By: Randy Longnecker (Randy L.)
2012-12-07 21:23:48 CST (-0500)

see bloodworms link

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