Psilocybe Baeocystis

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“Psilocybe baeocystis is named because of its distinctive rippled cap, with baeo-cystis translating to “small-bladder,” something that when fresh resembles the fungus. Under the aliases of “bottle caps,” “knobby tops,” “blue bells” or “olive caps,” all references to the various cap characteristics are found more commonly. Together with the wavy ripples, the cap stains easily from a chestnut-brown, olive-green to a vivid dark blue when handled or aged.

A relative oddity with respect to this species is that its potency when fresh is markedly higher, typically declining to at least half with drying. This may be due to the very high levels of a psychoactive psilocybin precursor, baeocystin.


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Psilocybe Baeocystis – Description

Pileas: The cap is 15-55 mm (0.6-2.2 in) in distance across and conic to unfeelingly conic to raised. The cap edge is turned inwards when energetic, only occasionally becoming plane in age, much of the time especially undulated, clear striate and enlarging and developing greenish-light blue about the edge. It is dull olive brown to buff brown in assortment, irregularly steel blue; when dried it slants toward copper brown in the center. It is hygrophanous, obscuring to deplete white, and viscid when wet from a coagulated pellicle, ordinarily separable. The tissue is pitiful and wounds blue easily
Gills: The gills are close with adnate to sinuate association and are grayish to cinnamon brown, with the edges remaining dreary.
Spore Print: dull purplish brown
Stipe: The stipe is 5-7 cm (2.0-2.8 in) long, 2-3 mm (0.1-0.1 in) thick, and comparable to subequal. The assortment is dim to tanish with white filaments, while often more yellowish towards the pinnacle. Specific rhizomorphs are found at the base. The stipe is frail, stacked down with free strands, and the fragmentary shroud is short lived and rapidly becomes indistinct.
Taste: farinaceous
Smell: farinaceous
Stain: It stains blue really where hurt.


Regular environmental elements and scattering

Psilocybe baeocystis is solitary to cespitose, and dispersed to different on ground bark, wood chips, peat plant life, spoiling conifer mulch, on occasion on yards, fields, and rare in coniferous boondocks. Habitually found creating under plants like rhododendrons and bloom greenery in mulched garden beds, a portion of the time creating among other Psilocybe species, for instance, Psilocybe stuntzii and Psilocybe cyanescens. Psilocybe baeocystis creates from August through December, and sometimes when the completion of June. Psilocybe baeocystis is a hemiboreal mushroom, ordinary all through the Pacific Northwest.



This mushroom has been put in the part Aztecorum by Gaston Guzman; different individuals from the segment incorporate Psilocybe aztecorum var. aztecorum, Psilocybe aztecorum var. bonetii, Psilocybe pseudoaztecorum, and Psilocybe quebecensis.

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