Pluteus phaeocyanopus Magic Mushrooms
Pluteus phaeocyanopus: Background
Pluteus phaeocyanopus magic mushrooms were originally collected from San Fransisco in 1966 and assigned the name Pluteus cyanopus by American mycologist Harry D. Thiers. However, more recent examinations show that it differs from that species, prompting authors Andrew Minnis and Walter Sundberg to describe it as a new species and assign it it’s current name in 2010.
Pluteus phaeocyanopus: Habitat
Pluteus phaeocyanopus magic mushrooms have only been collected in California, where it grows solitary or in large groups on decaying oak wood.