Psilocybe cubensis Gulf Coast Magic Mushrooms

Gulf Coast Magic Mushrooms

Gulf Coast Magic Mushrooms: Background

Gulf Coast Magic Mushrooms (Psilocybe cubensis Gulf Coast) also known as Treasure Coast gets their name from its native habitat off the gulf coast in Florida, where it was first found growing in bovine and equine dung and soils which were filled with nutrition. Gulf Coast cubensis is a wild growing cubensis that grows along ocean bordering states such as Texas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia and its spores easily travel through birds, farm animals and wind. They adapt to new growing conditions and take up habitat near the warm humid ocean islands.

Potency of this strain is considered high, eliciting intense visuals and spiritual/mystical states of consciousness. This magic mushroom strain has been made popular by a man named Mr. G an infamous mycologist in the underground shroom world.

Psilocybe Cubensis Gulf Coast (Gulf Coast Magic Mushrooms) stems are white, curved and slender, thicken at the base, and caps range from yellowish to light brown in colouration, with smaller fruiting bodies.  Cap colors are some of the lightest found in the cubensis realm. Caps are often light yellow or beige, sometimes gold or bronze colored as well with a darkened center spot.  Stems often grow close to 20″ inches in length in bigger substrates.

Gulf Coast Magic Mushrooms: Habitat

It’s native habitat is off the gulf coast in Florida, where It was first found growing in bovine and equine dung and soils which were filled with nutrition. It is a wild growing cubensis that grows along ocean bordering states such as Texas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, its spores easily travel through birds, farm animals and wind.

Gulf Coast Magic Mushrooms: Taxonomy/Naming

Genera

Psilocybe

Species Name

cubensis

Sub Species

Common Name

Gulf Coast, Treasure Coast

Gulf Coast Magic Mushrooms: Physical Description

Pileas

Caps range from yellowish to light brown in colouration, with smaller fruiting bodies. 

Gills

Spore Print

Spores

Stipe

White, curved and slender stems that thicken at the base; Stems often grow close to 20" inches in length in bigger substrates.

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