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Do any psilocybin mushroom species grow wild in Italy?
    #3946994 - 03/21/05 01:34 AM (12 years, 1 month ago)

Well, do any?


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Re: Do any psilocybin mushroom species grow wild in Italy? [Re: ShroomNoob03]
    #3947059 - 03/21/05 02:15 AM (12 years, 1 month ago)

There ae several Italian books on magic mushrooms available in Italy and in other European countries,

I have them and I live in the Pacific noprthwest U.S.A.

HEre are the references and then you can check the internet for Amazon or Ebey or whatever.

Liberty caps are all over italy. The rRiviara region of the Med has Copelandia species.

Samorini, Giorgio. 1992. Funghi allucinogeni Italiani, relazione presentata al II convegno nazionale sugli avve(enamenti da funghi. Anali dei Musei Civici Rovereto 3-4. Aprile.
In Italian

Here is a guide to libery caps in Italy.

Pagani, Silvio (Pseud.). 1993. Funghetti. Nautilus. c. p. 1311-10100 Torino, Italy.
A small pocket guide on the occurrence in Italy of Psilocybe semilanceata. 1 colored photograph of Psilocybe semilanceata. In Italian.

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