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NOM-ECOL index of mexican species
    #1668331 - 06/28/03 01:31 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Hi everyone,

here is an interesting link.
http://www.semarnat.gob.mx/pfnm/NOM-ECOL-059Especies.html

Does that mean that most Psilocybes in Mexico
are threatened with extinction?
I do not know much spanish, so I'm not sure.
Could anyone translate ?

Thanks


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Re: NOM-ECOL index of mexican species [Re: Ashana]
    #1668466 - 06/28/03 02:52 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Thats what its saying...that they are rare to find or are in danger of extinction...

You can find those species, but, a lot of Psilocybe mushrooms are quite "rare" to some extent.


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Re: NOM-ECOL index of mexican species [Re: Ashana]
    #1668587 - 06/28/03 04:15 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

That's really a sad situation.
What's the cause for this ?


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Re: NOM-ECOL index of mexican species [Re: Ashana]
    #1668590 - 06/28/03 04:17 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Destruction of the environment? Global warming?

Not really sure... The impacts of humans seem to make sense to me...

But, there are a lot of mushrooms which actually like disturbed area's.

As for Psilocybe's, Im not too sure on the abundance of them in general in Mexico. Mexico is a big country...it depends on where you are. Certain species will thrive in some areas, while you will not be able to find them in others.


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