Argentinian Magic Mushroom

Argentinian Magic Mushrooms

Argentinian: Background

Argentinian magic mushrooms (Psilocybe collybioides) are found deep in the rainforest of Argentina, this strain is revered by cultivators due to it’s prolific sporulation of purple/black spores and ability to produce up to 10 flushes (crops) when grown indoors.

The psilocybe collybioides is a species of agaric fungus in the family Hymenogastraceae. It was first described scientifically by mycologists Rolf Singer and Alexander H. Smith in 1958, from collections made in montane habitat near Tafí del Valle, Argentina

Though possessing smaller fruiting bodies than other Psilocybe Cubensis, flushes typically produce a larger amount. The cap (pileus) is broad and a caramel colour, and the stem (stipe) is of medium thickness. Effects and potency of the Argentinian cubensis strain are well-reviewed, with spiritual or mystical qualities, sense of unity or deeper connection, and euphoria.

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Argentinian: Habitat

Argentinian: Taxonomy/Naming



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Argentinian: Physical Description


The cap (pileus) is broad and a caramel colour.


Spore Print


Purple/black spores


The stem (stipe) is of medium thickness

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