Oct 12, 2010

Psilocybe semilanceata

Psilocybe semilanceata (liberty cap) is a psychedelic mushroom that contains the psychoactive compound psilocybin. It grows on grassy meadows and similar; particularly in wet, north-facing fields and other habitats well fertilized by sheep and cattle feces, although unlike Psilocybe cubensis it does not grow directly on the dung itself. It is found in fields where animals graze throughout the cool temperate and subarctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere and it is most common in “Newfoundland and Labrador, Europe, Russia, India, Peru and the Pacific Northwest United States and Northeastern North America.

Source: Wikipedia

Psilocybe semilanceata
(picture by Dirk)

Psilocybe semilanceata
(picture by Dirk)

Psilocybe semilanceata
(picture by Dirk)

  1. kimterje83 says:

    have made 30 sporeprints today , sending 40 prints in some days. tshirt wee

  2. kimterje83 says:

    iam out picking when ever possible,eat one hidden wifi found, automatic wps,connected to the psilocybe myceleum framework. popp popp poppelipopp up.
    and then its on again, they show themselwes.
    iforgott making print yesterday, butt today i will. send you 40 for a tsirt sonest. lovely love

  3. Daradan says:

    If I want to grow these on my lawn, how would I proceed?

  4. JohnTheBaptist says:

    Thanks.. Semilanceata print received in no more than a week, much appreciated.Going to have a play with this to see if I can simulate/study its optimum preferred grow environment. Cheers.

    • JohnTheBaptist says:

      The print was no more than a wisp of a shadow so on a wing and a prayer I made two liquid cultures using 2.5% honey. Long mycelium strands now dancing on the bottom. Nice…

  5. Flaming Inspiration IL says:

    Listen, its liberty cap season! can anyone donate prints so it could spread worldwide?
    you’ll get a free t-shirt if you donate 40, and you can collect them by the hundreds!!
    pretty please :)

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