Brazilian Cubensis Mushroom subspecies

Brazilian Magic Mushrooms

Brazilian: Background

Brazilian magic mushrooms grow very large fruits in natural environments, although indoor cultivation often results in smaller and slower growth. Caps can range from caramel to brown in colour and are usually slimmer than the moderately thick stem (stipe). This species grows quite tall and slender, and have purple/black spores. Effects are regarded as similar with most of the other cubensis species; euphoria, visuals, and vibrational body sensations. 

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Brazilian: Habitat

Brazilian: Taxonomy/Naming

Genera

Psilocybe

Species Name

Cubensis

Sub Species

Brazilian

Common Name

Brazilian Magic Mushrooms

Brazilian: Physical Description

Pileas

Caps can range from caramel to brown in colour and are usually slimmer than the moderately thick stem.

Gills

Spore Print

Spores

Purple/black

Stipe

Moderately thick stem

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