Name: Psilocybe neoxalapensis
Author: Guzmán, Ram.-Guill. & Halling
Citation: Sydowia 61(2): 220 (2009)
Deprecated Synonyms: Psilocybe novoxalapensis Guzmán & J.Q. Jacobs 2005
Due to an editorial omission, the original name of this species, P. novoxalapensis Guzmán & Jacobs, is invalid (nom. nud.; Guzmán & al. 2005) and therefore the new name P. neoxalapensis is proposed. The taxon is reported from several localities in prov. Veracruz, Mexico. The distinctive, morphological features of this Psilocybe, besides its smaller, subrhomboid, thick-walled spores and its long pseudorhiza, are the presence of two types of cheilocystidia and the rare or absent pleurocystidia. Psilocybe neoxalapensis has bluing basidomes and thus belongs to sect. Cordisporae, following GuzmánÂ’s classification (1983).
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