Golden Teacher Mushrooms

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The name is certainly representative of the magic features of this mushroom, another common strain with much newer origins than most of its predecessors.

The “Golden” refers to the coloring itself; they have a distinctive golden hue that can be distinguished from other varieties when the caps of each chamber are fruited (though less so once it was harvested and dried).


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Golden Teacher Mushrooms – Description

The cap is 1.6-8 cm (0.6-3.1 in), conic to bended with a central papilla while young, ending up being extensively raised to plane with age, holding a slight umbo at times enveloped by a ring-formed horror. The cap surface is smooth and tasteless, now and again with white far and wide cover leftovers joined. The cap is brown becoming paler to for all intents and purposes white at the edge, and foggy spots to more splendid brown or yellowish with age. Right when injured, all bits of the mushroom stain blue. The tight faint gills are adnate to adnexed, on occasion pulling out association, and dark to purplish-dim and genuinely mottled with age. The gill edges stay whitish. The vacant white stipe is 4-15 cm (2-6 in) high by 0.4-1.4 cm (0.2-0.6 in) thick, becoming yellowish in age. The high level shroud leaves a decided white membranous ring whose surface for the most part transforms into comparable assortment as the gills due to falling spores. The mushroom has no smell, and tastes farinaceous. The spores are 11.5-17.3 x 8-11.5 µm, subellipsoid, basidia 4-spored but at this point and again 2-or 3-, pleurocystidia and cheilocystidia present.

The associated species Psilocybe subcubensis — found in tropical locale — is hazy yet has more unassuming spores.


Distribution and habitat

Psilocybe cubensis is a compartment tropical species, occurring in the Gulf Coast states and southeastern United States, Mexico, in the Central American countries of Belize, Costa Rica, and Guatemala, the Caribbean countries Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Guadalupe, Martinique, and Trinidad, in the South American countries of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, French Guiana, Paraguay, Uruguay and Peru, Southeast Asia, including Thailand,Vietnam, Cambodia and Malaysia, India, Australia (counting Tasmania), New Zealand, Fiji, and possibly Nepal and Hawaii.

Psilocybe cubensis is found on cow (and on occasion horse) squander, sugar stick mulch or rich field soil, with mushrooms appearing from February to December in the northern side of the equator, and November to April in the southern hemisphere. In Asia, the species creates on water buffalo dung. Along with various parasites that foster on cow fertilizer, P. cubensis is made sure to have colonized Australia with the introduction of dairy steers there, 1800 of which were on the Australian focal region by 1803 — having been moved there from the Cape of Good Hope, Kolkata and the American west coast. In Australia, the species creates between northern Queensland to southern New South Wales.

In March 2018, a couple of Psilocybe cubensis models were accumulated in Zimbabwe in the Wedza District of Mashonaland East locale, approx. 120 km south-east of Harare. This was the chief nitty gritty occasion of a psilocybin mushroom in Zimbabwe. The mushrooms were assembled on Imire Rhino and Wildlife Conservation – a nature save that is home to both untamed life and cows, as well as steers egrets.

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