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    Default Mushroom ID request

    Found these three kinds growing on light bark behind flax bushes in Auckland, under quite a mix of trees. It had been raining for a short period
    The largest one i am just curious about, it looked like as it got older the flash was quite frail with many cracks seen in larger specimens and there were some that seemed to splay upward
    The darker ones that look a little like purple to me (colourblind sorry) had some very long stems on the small ones and hollow stems in the thicker ones
    The last few i found in one patch, not much more to say other than sorry i didn't bring scissors to pick them properly
    http://imgur.com/a/4YzeX

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    I'm a 1 season novice so take my opinion with a grain of salt.

    These all look inactive to me.

    But please wait until a veteran or someone with more experience replies to your post.
    Last edited by Lamb420; 25-07-2017 at 11:58 AM.

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    None of those are active, unfortunately.

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    Default None is active..

    Weed in NZ
    The other looks like Psilocybe semilanceata, but I think it's not.. It seems none is active.

    Quote Originally Posted by laid View Post
    Found these three kinds growing on light bark behind flax bushes in Auckland, under quite a mix of trees. It had been raining for a short period
    The largest one i am just curious about, it looked like as it got older the flash was quite frail with many cracks seen in larger specimens and there were some that seemed to splay upward
    The darker ones that look a little like purple to me (colourblind sorry) had some very long stems on the small ones and hollow stems in the thicker ones
    The last few i found in one patch, not much more to say other than sorry i didn't bring scissors to pick them properly
    http://imgur.com/a/4YzeX
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