Observation 84456: Psilocybe allenii Borov., Rockefeller & P.G. Werner
When: 2011-11-30
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: Found growing on redwood bark in an irrigated planter outside a restraunt. Growing under elderberry and the name of the perennial daisy like groundcover is on the tip of my tongue but eludes me. Spore deposits purplish brown, Caps Hemispheric to nearly plane, Distinct umbo, strongly hygrophanous, bulbus base bruising bluish, gills adnexed to adnate, striate margin, seprable gelatinous pellicle. Very tenacious and rhyzomorphic mycelium, Herbarium specimens may be availible upon request. Microscopy work needs to be done to confirm species. May also be P. Cyanofriscosa

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Recognized by sight
Used references: Psilocybin mushrooms of the world (Stamets)
Based on chemical features: Strong blueing reaction

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P. liniformans
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2011-12-12 03:31:59 EST (-0500)

His suggestion that they are P. liniformans var. americana is ridiculous. I spoke in person with G. Guzman about this taxon a couple months ago. His response was “I don’t really know, if you do, you should publish it.”

pleurocystidia
By: Magnanimous
2011-12-11 12:13:31 EST (-0500)

In fact I emailed you last night in regards to the microscopy work needing to be done on these specimens. The presence or absence of pleurocystidia and the presence of forking cheilocystidia as paul describes in the taxonomic description of P. Cyanofibrillosa. Paul also told C.A. Harris and I that this was in fact P. Cyanofibrillosa after sharing photos and descriptions of a much earlier find with him while at brightonbush. Specimens were sent to G. Guzman at the universidad de mycologia in mexico, guzman informed us that the specimens we sent him were in fact P. Liniformans.

The mystery continues

I really doubt
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2011-12-11 07:23:56 EST (-0500)

That is is P. cyanofibrillosa. I had a discussion about P. cyanofibrillosa with Paul Stamets a couple hours ago. He said that P. cyanofriscosa might be P. cyanfibrillosa because he described cyanofibrillosa based on immature specimens. I told him absolutely not. There is a P. cyanofibrillosa, but it doesn’t occur in California.

To verify, check for pleurocystidia.

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