Cap: 1-2.5 cm broad. convex to broadly convex, sometimes
broadly umbonate. Smooth, viscid when moist from a separate gelatinous
pellicle. Dull grayish ochraceous brown or olive colored. Hygrophanous,
fading in drying and becoming straw-brown. Staining blue-green.
Gills: Adnexed, close to distant, dark chocolate brown to purplish
Stem: 14-30 mm long X 1-2 mm thick. Equal to swelled at base.
Whitish to pale brownish and staining blue when injured.
Sporeprint: Dark grayish-purple brown.
Habitat: Scattered to gregarious on horse dung or in manure
enriched soil in meadows and pastures.
Distribution: Washington and Oregon. Probably in British Columbia,
Season: Summer through autumn.
Dosage: Weakly to moderately active. 10 to 20 fresh specimens.
Comments:Another rare species from the Pacific Northwest of the United States. A similar species, Psilocybe liniformans Guzmán and Bas var. liniformans is common in the Netherlands.