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are these what i think they are?

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whats the verdict? Are they the goods? Phone pics, sorry found growing from grass at a park. Seemed strange but looks the part

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spores are chocolate brown by the looks of it

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I would say that they are the goods ubza. . They appear to have bruised blue.. yes? What are you looking at the spores on ? White paper works best IMO.

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they are definitely subs. apparently vic/melb ones do have chocolate brown prints so thats about right. thats from what I hear anyway I wouldn't know though, our SA ones all have purple-black prints

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ya found this sucker today. Yup thats blue bruising. I took a spore print on plain white paper, then later in the day, bearied it under some wood chips under some pine and gum trees. The guide for dummies here said thats a good place to look so seems like a good place to plant them. Prob wont work but what the hey, i'll check them in a month anyway :)

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I know you already have your answer, but just for confirmation...100% subs :)

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Delicious! Figuratively speaking of course.

Chocolate brown spores? That's rather odd, they should be deep purple/black, the only psilocybes I know of that have different coloured spores are cube cultivars, PF Redspore and Albino, not that I know every psilocybe out there or anything

I'd love a picture of one of these chocolate brown spores...

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I find that the purple can look brown under some lighting conditions. They're always very dark though. If he had've said "rust brown" I'd be more curious.

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Yeah rusty cinnamon would worry me but chocolate brown just intrigues me.

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sorry its on card board. Not iteal, should be on white. But you get the idea ;)

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Once colour corrected it looks perfectly normal :)

Alfoil is actually a really good medium to print on as it will clearly ahow both the light and dark spectrum of spores, that and you can fold it up after and keep the print.

Cheers

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