Conocybe siligineoides is a sacred fungus found only in Mexico. It grows on rotting wood. No chemical studies have been conducted and therefore it is uncertain whether psilocybin is present in the mushroom. It was collected in Oaxaca, Mexico in 1955 by Gordon Wasson.
4cm. Hemispheric, Becoming convex. Margin in-rolled, Becoming sub-irregular. Vinaceous at first. Breaking up into vinaceous tufted fibrils. Fibrillose on margin. Cutis beginning pink, Becoming yellow but remaining pink at disc. Context whitish/ Pink, Staining pink in immature specimens. Staining ...
2-15 cm broad, convex or obtuse becoming nearly plane sometimes uplifted; surface dry, and first cover with dense, dark red or purple red scales these fade to yellowish red then yellow, scales diminish with age. Surface of cap sometimes staining blue, especially younger mushrooms. Caps of mushrooms growing in clusters often orange from spores.
Gymnopilus subearlei is a species of mushroom in the Cortinariaceae family. The flesh of this mushroom stains blue and it contains the hallucinogen psilocybin.. Phylogeny. This species is in the lepidotus-subearlei infrageneric grouping of the genus Gymnopilus.
Psilocybe semilanceata, commonly known as the liberty cap, is a psilocybin or "magic" mushroom that contains the psychoactive compounds psilocybin which your body breaks down to psilocin, and the alkaloid baeocystin. It is both one of the most widely distributed psilocybin mushrooms in nature, and one of the most potent.
1.5 %u2013 4 cm across, dry, at first hemispheric, expanding to campanulate to convex, with an incurved margin when young. Young caps start out light brown and fade to off-white or light gray at maturity, sometimes with yellowish or brownish tones. Often developing cracks in dry weather, slightly ...
P. cyanopus- Cap wrinkled in the center; cap margin lined; gills well spaced, their edges not discoloring; odor and taste mild; spores 6-7 x 5-6 u; cystidia without spines. Pluteus cyanopus P. salicinus- Cap center not wrinkled; cap margin not lined; gills crowded, their edges discoloring grayish; odor and taste unpleasant; spores 7-9 x 5-6 u; cystidia with spines.
Pluteus cervinus is the best known species in Europe and North America. Several species of this genus bruise blue and contain psilocybin including Pluteus brunneidiscus, Pluteus salicinus, Pluteus cyanopus, Pluteus glaucus, Pluteus nigroviridis, Pluteus phaeocyanopus and Pluteus villosus.
P. salicinus for any other Pluteus sp. because they will be blue on the base or will blue almost immediately after picked. Weakly to moderately active. Stijve and Kuyper (1985) reported 0.05-0.25 psilocybin, no psilocin, and from zero to 0.008 baeocystin. Christiansen et al. (1984) found 0.35 psilocybin and 0.011psilocin.
Pluteus salicinus (other species from genus Pluteus, such as P. cyanopus, P. villosus and P. glaucus (from Brazil) have been reported to contain traces of psilocybin, psilocin and/or baeocystin) Cap: 3-7 cm broad, convex to broadly convex, expanding with age to broadly convex to plane. Gray to gray greenish, to blueish gray, darker towards the disc.
Paul writes this area became one is his favorite areas for picking Psilocybe Cyanescens mushrooms! How ironic and funny. I once took a mushroom hunting vacation to Seattle to visit John Allen and he gave me the city tour to find and identify magic mushrooms native to the state of Washington for that time of year.
The Psilocybe mexicana is the best known psilocybine mushroom which also produces Magic Truffles (sclerotia). The Magic Truffles of the Psilocybe mexicana gives you a happy and energetic trip, and is the mildest strain we have in our assortment. Therefore this strain is well suited for the beginning psychonaut. The Psilocybe mexicana guarantees exciting creativity and philosophical trip.
In 1958 Roger Heim described this fungus as Psilocybe wassonii, but without any Latin designation; Rolf Singer and Alexander Hanchett Smith described it in the same year as Psilocybe muliercula (muliercula = "little women"). Both descriptions reported this fungus growing in Pinus forests surrounding the town of Tenango del Valle.
Psilocybe samuiensis, a psychedelic mushroom that contains the hallucinogenic compounds psilocybin and psilocin. This magic mushroom is distinguishable because of its.. Psilocybe samuiensis, a psychedelic mushroom that contains the hallucinogenic compounds psilocybin and psilocin.
The cap is 1-6 cm, conical to convex, tan brown, hygrophanous, margin striate when moist, and often has a broad umbo. It bruises bluish where damaged. Pileus (Cap): The cap is 1%u20136 cm in diameter, conical to convex, tan brown, hygrophanous, margin striate when moist, uplifting in age, and ...