Psilocybe mammillata Magic Mushrooms
Psilocybe mammillata: Background
Psilocybe mammillata magic mushrooms are an extremely rare species of psilocybin mushroom that’s estimated to be fairly potent.
Psilocybe mammillata: Habitat
Psilocybe mammillata magic mushrooms grow solitary to gregariously in soils rich with clay or woody debris along trails, shady banks, and in coffee plantations. Discovered by Dr. Thiers in Florida and also reported in Jamaica, Mexico, and Bolivia.
Psilocybe mammillata: Taxonomy/Naming
Psilocybe mammillata: Physical Description
Cap is conic and becomes bell-shaped at maturity, often with a central bump (umbo). Reddish brown to brownish olive in colour with blue bruising.
Gills reach the stem but do not attach, are thin, and pale brown to dark purplish brown with white edges upon sporulation.
The stem is slightly swollen at the base which has an abundance of white mycelial chords. Yellowish at first becoming reddish brown with white patches near the base upon maturity. Partial veil is fragile and fleeting.