Notes: Flooding early in the season has not adversely affected P. ovoideocystidiata. These were found in the national forest near a small river. You can see mud on the stinging nettle leaves, which indicates resent flooding. These psilocybes were under water for a little while, but they survived to sporulate after the flood receded.
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