These are kinda odd, they are Crepidotus, but not on wood. These are on grass and small herbaceous stems. They have very viscid and non-hygrophanous caps, need to look at these under the scope at some point…
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There is such a thing as a sessile Psilocybe? Really? I thought most of the Melanotus were moved into Crepidotus… oh wait was that Melanomphalia?
Anyway, cool, I should check it out. Those genera have always been a kinda dark corner of the brown-spored agarics for me… along with a few others…
they are a bit on the pale side, but the viscid cap and the pale lamellae, plus the distinctive habitat on grass makes this in my opinion Melanotus or Psilocybe phillipsii. Spores have a germ pore and are totally different than those of a Crepidotus.
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