Notes: Spotted this tiny cluster growing in grass near forest edge when I was walking to the Botanical Garden to bring some specimens to our local mycology expert, Dr. Irina Gorbunova. We examined it under the microscope right away and Dr. Gorbunova identified it as Psilocybe phyllogena.
A new species in my list, and the earliest recorded fruiting for this species in our area (spring is really early this year).
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