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Here is the spore print (after about 15 hours if that matters)



psilocybe or conocybe (maybe) center cut reveals hollow stem.




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gardengeek
gardengeek
June 20, 2010
Everything so far has pointed towards a psylocybe. The pointy tip on the cap, the gills, the spore print, and the hollow stem with a darkened base.
gardengeek
gardengeek
June 19, 2010
Mushrooms are hard to ID. There are a few more images that might help, one would be a bisection, cut from top to bottom, splitting the stem in half. It's good to know if the stem is hollow, and it's general design.
The most valuable image would be a microscopic shot of the gill wall and spores, that would tell you with much more certainty, but that isn't easy.

cdmusser
cdmusser
June 19, 2010
Hello gardengeek. At this point am torn between Psilocybe Cyenscens and Conocybe filaris.

a) There appears to be aring on the stipe indicating Conocybe but it is rather unpronounced.

b) the gills appear to be subdecurrent indicating Psilocybe
Is there anything else that would help me??

gardengeek
gardengeek
June 18, 2010
Interesting... Not the color I had expected, Maybe it is a Psylocybe. I'll send this to a friend.

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