Psilocybe wrightii Magic Mushrooms
Psilocybe wrightii: Background
Psilocybe wrightii magic mushrooms were named after Dr. J.E. Wright, who helped during the collecting trip in 1971.
Psilocybe wrightii: Habitat
Psilocybe wrightii magic mushrooms grow gregariously on grassy soils outside of subtropical forests in Argentina.
Psilocybe wrightii: Taxonomy/Naming
Psilocybe wrightii: Physical Description
Cap is slightly convex, potentially with a slight central bump (umbo). Colour ranges from brown or reddish brown, to brownish yellow, to straw-coloured.
Gills are slightly attached or done so in a hooked manner (sinuate), somewhat mottled, and coloured yellowish to brownish-violet, or chocolate brown with edges whitish to concolorous with the pileas
Stem is cylindrical or very slightly bulbous, hollow, and covered by wooly white fibrils toward the base. Colour is whitish to yellowish, becoming reddish-brown to blackish. Stains blue when touched or injured.