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Long time, fellas. Ok, so here is the scoop on this: Byrain articulated the reason I added this (so it could be part of a species list). Pluteus brunneidiscus [Murrill, N. Amer. Fl. (New York) 10(2): 131 (1917)] is in synonymy with Pluteus washingtonensis and it is listed on the following URL as a producer of the chemical Psilocybin: https://mycotopia.net/...
It is also listed here similarly: https://www.shroomery.org/...
These are empty observations that were not observed by lightworkerpeace, but rather found in some species list for Washington and then added so they will be on the observation maps. Please correct me if I am misunderstanding the intent behind this observation.
a significant record, and what reasons, if any, do we have to question lightworkerpeace’s accuracy in identifying this sp.?
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