Those are Psilocybe cyanescens. I have planted azure mycelium but it has not fruited yet. I'm not sure if it likes that spot or will ever fruit. The cyanescens are so hardy. I think they grow just as good or better on the east coast than ovoids.
Crazy and neat observation. This fall sucked though. Sent mixed signals to azies 9yrs old. I got nada as each pin set froze solid in 15 f night temps. I had cyans from west coast here too but gave up on them and mine were not super big or strong. Azures like 3d cover a lot. Like rocks ontop I find they take one yr to grow and survive (feel) winter, then 2nd yr they fruit.
You get so many exceptional results.
You will get azies bet next yr. This yr temps threw even them off
I thought this year was a good year so far for them and the SW genetics are doing a lot better than my wild collection. I just ran out of camera batteries at the worst time It has not rained at lot these are just near a river that keeps things humid. Hopefully you can see a good flush before winter comes.
My azur signaled they were confused. Waiting to pin late , then true cold snaps aborted the pins. That doesn't happen to azures. I like the hardiness they seem to shine with. This yr was no match for them. Normally they'd be done by now but they haven't had chance to thrive up here this yr. Up up north we already have snow too! ATLEAST I have spring void plots ready to pop
Winter froze all the pins I did bring in side a ovoid tank it's doing really well in cool cellar inside a big tote. I really hope I can watch void pins it's a long ass wait till next oct
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