Notes: Very large fruit bodies for the species!
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The charcoal gray color, hairy cap, and gelatinous context make this collection nearly identical to other observations of this species. These are non-resupinate and large, but in my judgment they are the same as my other observations listed under the name “Resupinatus applicatus”.
the lamellae are very crowded what contradicts my opinion of Resupinatus. From sight I would think these are Crepidotus sp., but the lamellae colour doesn’t fit (if its the natural colour). May be a Psilocybe subg. Melanotus?
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