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Psilocybe

In the genus Psilocybe, the cap radically changes from brown to yellow or white as the the cap dries. There is often a whitish fringe along the gill edge and many develope a fibrillose annular zone in the upper regions if the stem that is derived from the partial veil, which is usually dusted with the purple-brown spores as the fungi matures..

These mushrooms are usually slender, with conical to hemispheric caps often bearing a pointed umbo.

The stem and basal mycelium readily turn blue when bruised or handled.

 

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Psilocybe sp. (Psilocybe) at Brogo, NSW - 30 Jun 2018 Psilocybe sp. (Psilocybe) at Brogo, NSW - 15 Jun 2012
Psilocybe sp. (Psilocybe) at Brogo, NSW - 30 Jun 2018
Psilocybe sp. (Psilocybe) at Brogo, NSW - 15 Jun 2012

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Heino Lepp (Psilocybe sp.)
J. Miles (Psilocybe sp.)
J. Miles (Psilocybe sp.)

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