Panaeolus cyanescens is another awesome strain of pan cyan that originates from Westmoreland Jamaica. This strain may be a tad easier than Pan cyan Hawaiian, so if you’re new to Panaeolus species, this one might be a good choice.
Cap: 1.5-4 cm broad, bell-shaped to convex; surface smooth or sometimes cracked, not viscid, brown when moist, fading to grayish or whitish as it dries; margin often wavy or split in age. Flesh thin, bruising blue or bluish-green.
Spore print: black; spores 12-14 x 8-11 microns, elliptical, smooth
Bruising: blue or blue-green
Gills: adnate to adnexed or seceding, gray to black, the faces usually mottled.
Stipe: 6-12 cm long, 2-4 mm thick, equal or with a slight bulb at base, usually long and slender, smooth, pallid to yellowish, grayish, or pinkish, the base brownish or tinged flesh-color; bruising bluish at least somewhat when handled.
Mycelium: Linear to cottony mycelia; white to off-white
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