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This was a species I found growing in cow dung (Sept2012), then spore printed and cultivated indoors. That pic is an indoor fruiting, the bruising was intense blue. Almost black in appearance.
I have spores if you would like a sample. Spores and fruits actually.
Panaeolus cambodginiensis and P. chlorocystis also occur in Florida and are macroscopically similar.
Created: 2013-01-05 22:54:31 MST (-0700)
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