Cap: 1.5-5 cm. broad. Conic to convex expanding to broadly
convex with a slight umbo. Translucent and striate when moist. Hygrophanous
fading in drying to a pallid brown to a dingy white.
Gills: Adnate to annexed. separate from stem. Smokey-brown to
Stem: 50-125 mm long by 2-5 mm thick. Slightly swollen at base. Hollow and adorned with white fibrils.
Spores: 13-15 by 6.6-7.7 µ.
Habitat: Solitary to gregarious in complex habitats such as soils
rich in woody debris, decaying piles of leaves and twigs, sandy woody
soils, gardens and amongst bark chips from pine (Pinus radiata).
Distribution: Australia and New Zealand.
Season:: May through August.
Dosage: 1 to 3 small mushrooms or one large mushrooms fresh.
Dried 1 gram.
Comment: This species is macroscopically close to Psilocybe azurescens but without the definite umbo of Psilocybe azurescens. Also very close macroscopically to Psilocybe aucklandii, Psilocybe australiana and Psilocybe eucalypta.