Name: Psilocybe angustispora
Author: A.H. Sm.
Citation: J. Elisha Mitchell scient. Soc. 62: 193 (1946)
Preferred Synonyms: Deconica angustispora
First published as Psilocybe angustispora by A.H. Smith in Sci. Soc. 62 in 1946, this species was found in July in the Wenatchee National Forest in 1986, among other locations and dates. Guzman reported a collection from Mount Rainier National Park. Stamets reported it with an image in Fungi Magazine. Beug reported that this species is found on cow, horse, elk, and sheep dung. Stamets believes it may be active. It may be an inactive Deconica species.
Further studies are needed with this species.
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