Psilocybe Mexicana Mushrooms


Psilocybe mexicana, first depicted by R. Heim in 1957, can be separated from firmly related species by the nearness of hyaline pleurocystidia and cheilocystida and of rhomboid or subrhomboid spores in excess of eight microns long, by an absence of annulus, and by its affinity to recolor blue or to blur to blackish when dried or harmed.

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