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collybia confluensif even garylincoff says it, it should be right.it is probably time to give them an Id !!!
looks like what we used to call Collybia confluens - now a Gymnopus - a white-spored mushroom, nothing like a Psilocybe.
this should not be the psilocybe tampanensis. Because: your spotting has thin gills close together. the p.t. has thick gills further apart. P.t. has brown spores. most brown spore mushrooms have first cream/skin-color/brown/or darker gills- yours has white/orange or max. cream-colored gills (suspect also brighter spores). the P.t. has a little bump in the center of the cap- yours have almost all flat-caps. Even if i like to see the "Philosopher's Stone mushroom" i doubt this is the real deal. maybe take a look at the guatemalian species of the genas: laccaria (white spores,some are similar shaped) / mycena (shape similar too) / or conocybe (the long stalk/stem). good luck
Spotted on Jun 23, 2010 Submitted on Apr 23, 2011
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