Psilocybe subtropicalis Magic Mushrooms
Psilocybe subtropicalis: Background
Psilocybe subtropicalis magic mushrooms were first described as new to science in 1995 by Mexican mycologist Gastón Guzmán.
Psilocybe subtropicalis: Habitat
Psilocybe subtropicalis magic mushrooms can be found fruiting June to November on soils in open places of subtropical forests. Known from Guatemala and Mexico.
Psilocybe subtropicalis: Taxonomy/Naming
Psilocybe subtropicalis: Physical Description
The cap is slightly convex to slightly bell-shaped and reddish brown to brown in colour
Gills are attached to the stem or reach it but do not attach and are pale to cinnamon brown, becoming blackish violet with whitish edges upon sporulation.
Stem is cylindrical, hollow, and whitish to concolourous with the cap. Covered with wooly white fibrils and has a slightly bulbous base. Veil is absent in adulthood.