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Location: In my back yard amongst hay and leaves.

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MuShRoOmHuNtEr
MuShRoOmHuNtEr

Partial remanents of a veil on older one veil enclosing gills on the younger one. Battered by hail From a hail storm yesterday. Don't think any of them are in to good of shape to get a spore print, but I will try. I believe that these are a Psilocybe species. Please help me identify these.










Possible Psilocybe species?

Possible Psilocybe species?


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MuShRoOmHuNtEr
MuShRoOmHuNtEr

Thank you. I found some more near the mulch in my garden. I will take some pictures and try to get a spore print and will add it to my page. also I have another species that I need help identifying. They appear to be Gymnopilus Junionus. If you are familiar with that species and could help, it would be greatly appreciated.
May 14, 2011
15:25:36
gardengeek
gardengeek

It could be a psylocybe, but it might also be a Mycena... which can contain psilocybin, and muscarine.

Some are bioluminescent.

They have White Spores
images.google.com/images?q=mycena
May 13, 2011
13:11:48

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