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Collybia confluens

1 Species ID Suggestions

FREEhands 12 years ago
magic mushrooms
Psilocybe tampanensis Psilocybe tampanensis

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SaraL.Rios 11 years ago

Thanks so much..
Updated! :D

AlexKonig 11 years ago

collybia confluens
if even garylincoff says it, it should be right.
it is probably time to give them an Id !!!

garylincoff 12 years ago

looks like what we used to call Collybia confluens - now a Gymnopus - a white-spored mushroom, nothing like a Psilocybe.

AlexKonig 12 years ago

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

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Quetzaltenango, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala

Spotted on Jun 23, 2010
Submitted on Apr 23, 2011

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