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I've seen one strong type of mushroom grow here - Psilocybe Subaeuruginascens. They are native to Japan, but all the rest of the features match up with it. I found them growing under coniferous trees in the fall (in abundance). That's the only kind of truly active shroom I've ever seen in PA. Gymnopilus Spectabalis is very common, but it is barely active and it's bitter as all hell. Panaleous Foenisecii is common in grass all over the place, but it takes about 30 of them to trip. If you make them into a soup, you can get off. Otherwise, forget it. PA is a really bad place to look. It took me about 2 years to find anything. BTW.. I live just outside of philly.