Columbian Magic Mushrooms

Columbian Magic Mushrooms

Psilocybe columbiana: Background

Columbian magic mushrooms, also known as Psilocybe columbiana, are a species of mushroom in the family Hymenogastraceae known only from the páramos of high mountains in Colombia. First found in the village of Villa de Lieva in the mountains of Columbia, this species is a prolific sporator, with a cap (pileus) that’s pale yellowish that’s darker towards the central bump (umbo) and slender, cylindrical stems.

The effects of this strain are described as “sociable”, invoking engaging conversation with those around you.

If you are looking to get up to speed on magic mushrooms, these articles on Frshminds will get you there in no time:

Psilocybe columbiana: Habitat

Village of Villa de Lieva in the mountains of Columbia.

Psilocybe columbiana: Taxonomy/Naming



Species Name


Sub Species

Common Name

Columbian magic mushrooms

Psilocybe columbiana: Physical Description


Pale and yellowish that’s darker towards the central bump/umbo.


Spore Print



Slender, cylindrical stems

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