Psilocybe alutacea Magic Mushrooms
Psilocybe alutacea: Background
Psilocybe alutacea magic mushrooms were first described by Y.S. Chang and A.K. Mills in 2006 with a sample collected at Snug Falls Track, Mount Field National Park (Pandanus Walk) and Kermandie Falls (Upper Track) in Tasmania by Chang in 1990. The name alutacea means leathery. It’s similar to the species Psilocybe semilanceata.
Psilocybe alutacea: Habitat
Psilocybe alutacea magic mushrooms can be found growing solitary or semi-gregariously on cow, horse, and even wombat dung in the grasslands and pastures of Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand from the first rainfall to the first freezing over.