List of psilocybin mushroom species

Psilocybin mushrooms are mushrooms which contain the hallucinogenic substances psilocybin, psilocin, baeocystin and norbaeocystin. The mushrooms are collected and grown as an entheogen and recreational drug, despite being illegal in many countries. Many psilocybin mushrooms are in the genus Psilocybe, but species across several other genera contain the drugs.

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Conocybe edit

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Gymnopilus edit

 
Gymnopilus luteofolius

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Inocybe aeruginascens

Most species in this genus are poisonous.[6]

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Panaeolus cinctulus

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Pluteus edit

 
Pluteus americanus

Psilocybe edit

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Psilocybe tampanensis

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Psilocybe cubensis

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Psilocybe tampanensis

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Psilocybe mexicana

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Psilocybe ovoideocystidiata

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A handful of freshly picked Psilocybe semilanceata, sometimes referred to as Liberty Caps.

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Psilocybe tampanensis

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  • Psilocybe venenata (S. Imai) Imaz. & Hongo (= Psilocybe fasciata Hongo; Stropharia caerulescens S. Imai)

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Psilocybe weraroa

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Psilocybe zapotecorum

References edit

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  9. ^ "Name: Psilocybe aztecorum R. Heim". Mushroom Observer. Retrieved 19 February 2013.
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