When: 2020-11-07

Collection location: Uzana, Gabrovo, Bulgaria [Click for map]


Who: Vlad (wxorx)

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Recognized by sight
48% (3)
Recognized by sight: Please watch all 3 of Vlads Collection pictures guys. These are old specimens of semilanceata ;)

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By: Vlad (wxorx)
2020-11-28 06:14:23 PST (-0800)

Hi Henne, two guys I know from shroomery forum told me that this is P. semilanceata.
They both hunted a lot of libs and know them good enough. I visited that place trying to find some libs too, but found nothing up in the grass fields where I hoped to find some. Those were found about 300 m. down the mountain road, at the edge of forest and some open grass meadow.
Thank you!

Psilocybe semilanceata
By: psilohenne (psilopsilo)
2020-11-27 02:16:06 PST (-0800)

Hi Vlad,

Regarding to the habitat shown in your picture, it could be silvatica, medullosa or most likely older specimen of semilanceata. All in all I very much tend to psilocybe semilanceata, as the other find of yours clearly shows young fruit bodies of Psilocybe semilanceata within the appropriate habitat. Also the blueing is fairly normal at the stipes base of semilanceata, while it is not so common in medullosa or silvatica.
Also pelliculosa would be possible but your area seems quite far from its original habitat…

MY QUOTE: Psilocybe semilanceata ( all 3 finds)

Regards Henne

By: Image Sharer (image sharer)
2020-11-14 08:13:44 PST (-0800)
By: Gerhard_S
2020-11-14 08:06:10 PST (-0800)

it looks a bit like medullosa, but stipe is bluing.