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I live in New Jersey and I?m interested in mushroom hunting in my area. I looked to see which species grew around here and I found the following:
Panaeolus Subbalteatus Psilocybe Graveolens
I?ve found out plenty of information on the first species, but I can?t find anything about the second.
Can someone please provide me with some information on Psilocybe Graveolens?
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Email me in a day or so and I will post the information about this rare species from NJ. I have the Guzman paper somewhere in my files but am busy tranfering shroom pictures form cd to computer from Thailand and burma.