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Pholiotina Cyanopusis a species of fungus that contains the psychoactive compound psilocybin. Conocybe Cyanopus originally described as Galerula cyanopus by American mycologist George Francis Atkinson in 1918.

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Pholiotina Cyanopus

is a species of fungus that contains the psychoactive compound psilocybin. Conocybe Cyanopus originally described as Galerula cyanopus by American mycologist George Francis Atkinson in 1918. It was transferred to Conocybe by Robert Kühner in 1935 before being transferred to Pholiotina by Rolf Singer in 1950.

Conocybe cyanopus is a member of the genus Conocybe which contains the medicinal compound psilocybin. It is formerly known as Pholiotina cyanopoda, Conocybe cyanopoda, and Galerula cyanopus.

Description Conocybe cyanopus is a small saprotrophic mushroom with a conic to broadly convex cap which is smooth and colored ocher to cinnamon brown. It is usually less than 25 mm across and the margin is striate, often with fibrous remnants of the partial veil.

The gills are adnate and close, colored cinnamon brown with whitish edges near the margin, darkening in age. The spores are cinnamon brown, smooth and ellipsoid with a germ pore, measuring 8 x 5 micrometers.

The stem is smooth and fragile, whitish at the bottom and brownish at the top, 2-4 cm long, 1 to 1.5 mm thick, and is equal width for most of the length, often swelling at the base.

A 2013 molecular phylogenetics study found it to belong to a group of species currently assigned to Pholiotina that are more closely related to Galerella nigeriensis than to Pholiotina or Conocybe. It is likely that it will be moved to a different genus in the future, but this has not happened yet.

It is very similar to Pholiotina smithii, a species known only from North America, from which it differs slightly in the color of its cap and gills and the width of its cheilocystidia.[4] Some authors have speculated that the P. smithii could be a junior synonym of P. cyanopus, but this has not been confirmed.

Appearance

Pholiotina cyanopus is a small saprotrophic mushroom with a conic to broadly convex cap which is smooth and colored ocher to cinnamon brown. It is usually less than 25 mm across and the margin is striate, often with fibrous remnants of the partial veil.

The gills are adnate and close, colored cinnamon brown with whitish edges near the margin, darkening in age.

The spores are cinnamon brown, smooth and ellipsoid with a germ pore, measuring 8 x 5 micrometers.

The stem is smooth and fragile, whitish at the bottom and brownish at the top, 2–4 cm long, 1 to 1.5 mm thick, and is equal width for most of the length, often swelling at the base.

The stem lacks an annulus (ring) and the base usually stains blue. The cap color lightens when it dries, turning a tan color.

Like some other grassland species such as Psilocybe semilanceataPsilocybe mexicana and Psilocybe tampanensisConocybe cyanopus may form sclerotia, a dormant form of the organism, which affords it some protection from wildfires and other natural disasters.

Habitat and Distribution

Pholiotina Conocybe Cyanopus grows in lawns, fields, and grassy areas in temperate areas of North America, Europe and Asia. It can be found in Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine and the United States It has also been reported from the United Kingdom but these reports are doubtful.

Within Canada, it has been found in British Columbia and Quebec.Within the United States, it has been found in Colorado, Michigan, New York, Oregon and Washington)Within Russia, it has been found in the Sakha Republic and the Sikhote-Alin mountains and .

It is rare where it occurs.

As usual Trippy Mushrooms would like to remind you that like all medicine the earth has given us it is important to show respect and refrain from abusing the amazing power that this magic mushroom possesses. Remember to be safe when consuming dried mushrooms

In this section you will find that in order to have the best experience, you have to plan ahead, ideally a couple of days before so you can mentally and physically prepare yourself for the mind broadening experience. There are certain precautions that you should take especially when you have never had an experience with the psychedelic mushrooms.

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