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the striations are unusual. I noticed this, but forgot to mention it.
I just added some microscopy. Spore shape, subrhomboid in one profile, fits ovoideocystidiata. Photo of gill edge shows a few elements that I don’t know how to classify. I think the one structure is a basidium showing two immature spores attached. Of course, a better scope would provide better info.
Not super unusual to see P. ovoideocystidiate with a nipple. The long striate margin in the second photo is more unusual.
But P. ovoideocystidiata is the only eastern NA large springtime Psilocybe that I am aware of. These showed bluing, but not as much as others I have seen. Waiting for a spore print. I’ll have a look through the scope.
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