Psilocybe heimii Magic Mushrooms
Psilocybe heimii: Background
Psilocybe heimii magic mushrooms were first described in 1978 by Mexican mycologist Gastón Guzmán, who named this species after French mycologist Roger Heim.
Psilocybe heimii: Habitat
Psilocybe heimii magic mushrooms grow solitary or in small groups on humus or muddy soils in the subtropical deciduous forests of Mexico during the months of June through August.
Psilocybe heimii: Taxonomy/Naming
Psilocybe heimii: Physical Description
The cap is convex to slightly bell-shaped and brownish-yellow to dark brown in colour.
The gills are broadly to narrowly attached to the stem and dark violet-brown with white edges
Stem is hollow and ranges in colour from whitish to brownish to reddish, covered in small white fibrils. Forms a thin and silky veil.