Help a fellow hunter

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the hunter
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Help a fellow hunter

Post by the hunter » Mon Aug 04, 2014 12:06 pm

Ok I'm in S.C. and looking for the rare psilocybe caerulescens and not 100% sure where I can find them. Help me please

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teeko
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Re: Help a fellow hunter

Post by teeko » Sun Sep 07, 2014 10:43 am

Find a location with a lot of 'clay' sediment. It seems to enjoy clay as well as direct sunshine more than other fungi do. Try and head as far south as you can.
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Re: Help a fellow hunter

Post by mjshroomer2014 » Thu Nov 05, 2015 4:38 pm

Psilocybe caerulescens is the same mushroom as Psilocybe weilii. The naming of P. weilii came about through Paul Stamets and Jochen Gartz, and then Guzman wrote the paper. The taxonomy was faulty and it was named as P. weilii.

I posted links to the chapters on that in my last book, Divine Mushrooms and Fungi. Here is a link again to the chapter on P. caerulescens and P. weilii.

See this link to the chapter from my book. Currently Gaston Guzman is now finally publishing the paper with the DNA and taxonomy on these species in this chapter from my book, Divine Mushrooms and Fungi.

http://mushroomjohn.org/Chapter-27-28.pdf

have a shroomy day, mjshroomer2014

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Re: Help a fellow hunter

Post by Sanadasoma » Wed Oct 19, 2016 10:51 pm

The information is very good Very useful

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