Observation 149796: Psilocybe stuntzii Guzmán & J. Ott
When: 2013-10-25
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Found growing in a muddy parking strip. No grass or wood that I could see. First stuntzii for me. Printing now, sticky gelatinous pellicle not much for bruising, and they smell special.

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By: Hunter hunter
2013-10-26 10:05:59 MST (-0700)
I really appreciate the info guys. When I first found em I was sure they were stuntzii till I actually looked at some reported finds. Then someone pointed out that the stipe looked a lil different and the pileus seemed to kinda look like a serbica. Kinda weird that they were growing from straight mud.
classic Ps. stuntzii
By: Caleb Brown (Caleb Brown)
2013-10-25 23:27:44 MST (-0700)

Ps. serbica dont have rings and dont occur in NA Naturally

Fresh prints
By: Hunter hunter
2013-10-25 18:56:32 MST (-0700)

Just checked the prints. They are a beautiful purple. Took some photos unsure how to updatde.

You’re right.
By: Hunter hunter
2013-10-25 12:40:15 MST (-0700)
These do look different. I should spend the time to actually identify my finds. I just post whatever pops in my head and see if I’m right. Usually an expert is very quick to respond. I feel like they are a ps. Species.
Maybe not
By: T (Azure4sure)
2013-10-25 11:51:54 MST (-0700)

I’m no expert but I have found Stuntzii’s before. I don’t think thats what you have though. The stems should be more white in color and ‘fiberous’ looking. Also the caps flatten out more with age and wave almost like miniture cyanescens.
Hopefully you’ll get some more input from others. Happy hunting

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