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| Scientific classification
| Binomial name
| Psilocybe aucklandii|
Guzman, King and Bandala
Psilocybe aucklandii is a psychedelic mushroom, which has psilocybin and psilocin as main active compounds.
Additional recommended knowledge
- Cap: 2-5 cm, conical to plane, chestnut brown, hygrophanous, bruising blue/green where damaged, often with a broad umbo.
- Gills: Cream color when young, violet yellowish brown in age, with adnate attachment.
- Spores: Dark violet brown, oblong to ellipsoid, 7 x 4 um.
- Stipe: 4 to 9 cm long, .2 to .5 cm thick, brown, bruising blueish, pruinose, with fibrils near the base.
- Taste: Farinaceous.
- Odor: Farinaceous.
- Microscopic features:
Distribution and habitat
Grows in leaf litter and woody debris near Auckland, New Zealand.
This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Psilocybe_aucklandii". A list of authors is available in Wikipedia.
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