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Although APnaeolus subbalteatus has a world wide diestibution, it does not grow everywhere but is restricter primarily to rotted hay and in manure. It is most common in haystcks which have been left oputdoors all wirnter to rot.
Its like cubensis can only be collected oin cow manure , yet it will appear sometimes in manured soil but very rare, and it willnot be in every cow pie in every field. Usually though when you do find them in a field they are abundant at times and scares artothers.
Only a about 1/10-1/15th of th3e 178 known species of spsilocybin mushrooms grow in manure. The others have different habitats, lawns woodchips barkmulch sandy soils etc.