onocybe velutipes magic mushrooms

Conocybe velutipes Magic Mushrooms

Conocybe velutipes: Background

Conocybe velutipes magic mushrooms (aka Conocybe kuehneriana) contains the psychedelic alkaloids psilocybin and psilocin. This mushrooms are not distinct as they look very similar to other LBMs (little brown mushrooms).

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Conocybe velutipes: Habitat

Conocybe velutipes are found growing in leaf litter in woods or urban settings, either alone or in masses, during the late spring to fall. Though North American distribution is unknown, records report specimens in Massachusetts and California.

Conocybe velutipes: Taxonomy/Naming



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Conocybe velutipes: Physical Description


Caps are conic, broadening slightly with maturation, and dull brown. The dull brown colour fades into a yellowish-tan with a darker center as they age.


Gills are attached to the stem and close together. They originally are the same colour as the cap but become a cinnamon colour with maturation.

Spore Print

Cinnamon brown


Spores are fairly large and cinnamon brown in colour


Stems are very thin and fragile, brownish in colour, and approximately 4-6cm long

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