Psilocybe liniformans

Psilocybe liniformans

Two variants: one American (USA, Chile), one EuropeanLow to moderate potency, contains Psilocybin and BaeocystinPossibly increased risk of allergic reaction Psilocybe liniformans can cause confusion, as it has two distinct subspecies from two very different parts of...
Psilocybe subcaerulipes

Psilocybe subcaerulipes

Native to Southeast Asia. Prefers the woody debris of specific treesHikageshibiretake, the “shadow numbness mushroom”Reports of toxicity only in very high doses, accidentalPositive results from treatment of OCD behaviour in miceBitter flavour but high in psilocin...
Psilocybe zapotecorum

Psilocybe zapotecorum

Long history among Zapotec, known as “drunken mushroom”Moderate to very high potency, high psilocinVariable in appearance, can grow to impressive sizesFound throughout Central and South America Psilocybe zapotecorum has a long and storied history, earning the...
Psilocybe subcubensis

Psilocybe subcubensis

“Cubes”, “Golden Tops”, “Gold Caps”Identical in appearance and potency to sister species, P. cubensisFound on all continents in tropical and subtropical zonesGrows in groups or clusters from many types of dung Psilocybe subcubensis, like its sister species P....
Psilocybe yungensis

Psilocybe yungensis

Historical and modern usage among Mixe and Mazatec Indians“Genius” or “Divinitory” mushroomSuspected to have high potency. Readily bruises with handlingShares similar appearance with toxic species of Conocybe Psilocybe yungensis has a long history, it derives its name...
Psilocybe quebecensis

Psilocybe quebecensis

Found in Quebec, Canada. Rarely found or studiedPrefers wash-outs of woody debris from streamsModerate potency, does not fruit artificiallyMild flavour and scent Psilocybe quebecensis is a little-studied mushroom that holds the title of northern-most Psilocybe...