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    Cool ID Request - Auckland

    Found in wood chip. Suspected to be Psilocybe Subaeruginosa

    Gills: cream/tan/brown

    Spore prints: brown/black with faint purple hue

    Blue bruising found on all stems & caps

    There appears to be a few in the top left of the pic that are quite substationally different from the rest. Are these a different species or simply a different phenotype?

    http://imgur.com/JfrNiDn

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    Some of them look quite old so its hard to see the bruising well, but they look like Psilocybe subaeruginosa​ to me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AdderApple View Post
    Found in wood chip. Suspected to be Psilocybe Subaeruginosa

    Gills: cream/tan/brown

    Spore prints: brown/black with faint purple hue

    Blue bruising found on all stems & caps

    There appears to be a few in the top left of the pic that are quite substationally different from the rest. Are these a different species or simply a different phenotype?

    http://imgur.com/JfrNiDn
    These all seem to be P. subaeruginosa. The ones in the top right probably aren't a phenotype or special for that matter, rather the other ones are more mature, have had more sunlight exposure and opened their caps to the full extent.

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    Weed in NZ
    I've been hunting for a while now, and I have been researching for ages; how can you tell the difference between a sub and a Hypholoma acutum? Could you please advise because I can find very little on the web or in the library.

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    KaGy

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