Psilocybe inconspicua Magic Mushrooms
Psilocybe inconspicua: Background
Psilocybe inconspicua magic mushrooms are a distinct species in that they have no obvious relationship to most other species in the Psilocybe genus.
Psilocybe inconspicua: Habitat
Psilocybe inconspicua magic mushrooms are known from Papua New Guinea only, where they grow in small groups on soils in hoop pine forests.
Psilocybe inconspicua: Taxonomy/Naming
Psilocybe inconspicua: Physical Description
Cap is convex or conical with a central bump (umbo). and an incurved edge when young. Colour is pale or deep brown.
Gills are either broadly attached to the stem or attached in a sloped manner (subdecurrent), very densely crowded, and pale with whiter edges.
Stem is cylindrical, fragile, and brittle. Same colour as the cap or paler, with white fibrils from the veil and white mycelial chords at the base.