Collection location: Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, Humboldt Co., California, USA [Click for map]
Growing from moss on the side of the trail.
Spores roughened, no plage.
Spore range = 9 – 10 × 5 – 6 µm
Spore average = 9.45 × 5.3 µ
Q range = 1.5 – 2
Q average = 1.8
20 spores measured.
Cheilocystidia range = (24) 28 – 44 (47) x 7 – 10 x (4) 5 – 6 (7) µ
Cheilocystidia average = 34.65 × 8.25 × 5.78 µ
20 cheilocystidia measured.
Caulocsytidia measured = 69×19×11, 72×13×9, 73×13×9, 76×12×7, 92×13×9 µ
Some caulocsytidia over 100 µ long.
Pleurocystidia, pileocystidia & clamps not observed.
Pileipellis hyphae smooth to slightly roughened in KOH.
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sum(score * weight) /
(total weight + 1)
100% match with http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nucleotide/532165210
That we sequenced the other day?
The ID is still not certain, I’m a bit confused between Galerina semilanceata & G. clavata. I think the small spores and the veil remnants on the cap margin point towards the former, but the key says, “Veil copious, usually leaving an annulus” for G. semilanceata, while G. clavata seems to only have a little bit of veil as a pin which quickly disappears as seen in the MO obs of it.
Good job figuring out this taxon, just as cool as finding Psilocybe semilanceata IMO.
good stuff man.