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Psilocybe zapotecorum

R. Heim emend. Guzmán


Photo By Alan Rockefeller

Psilocybe zapotecorum
Photo by Workman

Common Names

                   "Mbey San", "Piule de Barda"


                    Diameter: 6.0-11.0 centimeters
                    Color: ochra yellow to brown/purple/black
                    Appearance: bell-shaped, becomes breast-shaped; always twisted and asymmetric in shape


                    Diameter: 1.0-2.0 centimeters
                    Length: 10.0-20.0 centimeters
                    Color: brownish (inside of stem lighter or white)
                    Appearance: very fibrous, elastic, often twisted, hollow


                    Form: rather closely spaced, not very broad
                    Color: violet-purple


                    Color: brown purple
                    Size: 6-9 x 4-5 x 3-4 micrometers
                    Shape: compressed ellipsoid, with germ pore


                    Found only in Oaxaca, Mexico. Grows primarily on soil inswamps.

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