Psilocybe naematoliformis Magic Mushrooms
Psilocybe naematoliformis: Background
Psilocybe naematoliformis magic mushrooms were originally found and reported by Mexican mycologist Gastón Guzmán in 1979. He then transfered the species to the genus Naematoloma in 1980, to Hypholoma in 1999, and back again to Psilocybe in 2004.
Psilocybe naematoliformis: Habitat
Psilocybe naematoliformis magic mushrooms grow in small groups, tufts, or clumps on disturbed grounds of tropical rainforests in Mexico, originally found in the State of Veracruz.
Psilocybe naematoliformis: Taxonomy/Naming
Psilocybe naematoliformis: Physical Description
Cap is bell-shaped with a slight central bump (umbo). Colour ranges from pale-orange to deep-rusty brown.
The gills are broadly attached to the stem or attached in a notched/hooked manner (sinuate), narrow, and brownish violet to dark violet with white edges
Grey or brown
Stem is flexible, hollow, and covered in silky fibers and tufts of wooly hairs. Colour is reddish-brown or brown and veil does not form an annulus.