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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?


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MuShRoOmHuNtEr
MuShRoOmHuNtEr
May 14, 2011
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.
gardengeek
gardengeek
May 13, 2011
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

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