Psilocybe ovoideocystidiata Swab
Psilocybe ovoideocystidiata is mainly native to the eastern United States, in a range that stretches from Kentucky to Rhode Island, but has been found as far south as Mississippi. It is particularly common in the Ohio river valley. Here, it is often found along rivers and streams, usually in the woody debris of overflow areas, in man-made mulch and wood chips, and is sometimes found alongside of Japanese knotweed. More recently, it has turned up in the western United States, in the Pacific States from Western Washington to Southern California, though it is still a relatively uncommon species in this region. It has also been reported from Europe, specifically in Switzerland and southern Germany. A relatively recently identified species, there is evidence that its range is spreading quickly, and it is appearing in new areas.
Seasonality varies a great deal depending on what region they are found in, but in the northeastern US, they are most common in the spring, from mid-April to late-June (peaking late-May), especially after periods of rain for several consecutive days (a common weather pattern in the eastern US during spring). However, they may occasionally fruit as late as November.
This product comes in one style:
A single spore swab sealed inside a plastic bag.
All images of cultivated magic mushrooms were taken from locations in which cultivation is legal by people not associated with Southwest Shroomery.
Availability: 13 in stock