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Wassup everyone! I have found a patch of what I am pretty sure are Anellaria sepulchralis. I have read that they are good for eating and have some tryptamine derivatives. Has anyone had any personal experience with these? Do they give the same trip or high as other mushrooms? Or are they not psychedelic at all?
Anellaria sepulchralis (Berk.) Singer (syn. Panaeolus antillarum (Fr.) Dennis sensu Dennis.
This is a synonym for Panaeolus antillarum. And is not the name for the species, although there are species of Anellaria, this particulaer one belongs to panaeolus, not Anellaria.
It is a non-psychoactive shroom which appears in manure throughouut the world. It macroscopically resembles Copelandia cyanescens form the caps and stem but is very much different in gill structutre and contains no psilocine and/or psilocyhine.
People picked them with copes not knowning the difference. They do not blue.
The above image is frm Oahu, Hawaii.
No, urea, serotonine and the thrtophan and other tryptamines are not psychoactive