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I've found out that P. Caerupiles grow here in PA, so I'm trying to find out as much about them as possible. However, I have practically found no information at all on the web about this particular species. I have searced Shroomery. I also checked out Erowid. I found a nifty chart there which showed the general percentage of psilocybin contained in psychoactive mushrooms, but caerupiles was not listed on it!
Is P. caerupiles not psychoactive? I do know that most, but not all, psilocybe mushrooms are psychoactive. It seems odd that I can't find any information. If anyone can tell me anything about this particular species...if they are good or if I am just wasting my time searching for them...it would be greatly appreciated.
Are you talking about Psilocybe Caerulipes? I spent 3 minutes googling and even when I put in your spelling, it corrected me. One of the first links had a chart from Mr. Allen and others about picking and it does infact label Psilocybe Caerulipes as hallucinogenic. If erowid and search for shroomery doesn't work, google will. Do some more research next time please.