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Some science behind the scenes

Psilocybe Mushrooms

The following table is, according to Wikipedia, a list of all the Psilocybe mushrooms that contain psilocybin.



Psilocybe argentipes

Psilocybe atlantis

Psilocybe baeocystis

Psilocybe bohemica

Psilocybe caerulescens var. caerulescens

Psilocybe caerulipes

Psilocybe cyanescens

Psilocybe cyanofibrillosa

Psilocybe fimetaria

Psilocybe graveolens

Psilocybe liniformans var. americana

Psilocybe mexicana

Psilocybe plutonia

Psilocybe quebecensis

Psilocybe semiinconspicua

Psilocybe semilanceata

Psilocybe stuntzii

Psilocybe tampanensis

Psilocybe weilii

Psilocybe zapotecorum

Psilocybe acutipilea

Psilocybe aequatoriae

Psilocybe angustipleurocystidiata

Psilocybe antioquiensis

Psilocybe aquamarina

Psilocybe arcana

Psilocybe armandii

Psilocybe atrobrunnea

Psilocybe aucklandii

Psilocybe australiana

Psilocybe aztecorum

Psilocybe azurescens

Psilocybe banderillensis

Psilocybe barrerae

Psilocybe bispora

Psilocybe brasiliensis

Psilocybe brunneocystidiata

Psilocybe caeruleoannulata

Psilocybe callosa

Psilocybe carbonaria

Psilocybe caribaea

Psilocybe chiapanensis



Psilocybe columbiana

Psilocybe coprinifacies

Psilocybe cordispora

Psilocybe cubensis

Psilocybe dumontii

Psilocybe egonii

Psilocybe fagicola

Psilocybe farinacea

Psilocybe fuliginosa

Psilocybe furtadoana

Psilocybe galindoi

Psilocybe goniospora

Psilocybe guatapensis

Psilocybe guilartensis

Psilocybe heimii

Psilocybe heliconiae

Psilocybe herrerae

Psilocybe hispanica

Psilocybe hoogshagenii

Psilocybe inconspicua

Psilocybe indica

Psilocybe isabelae

Psilocybe jacobsii

Psilocybe jaliscana

Psilocybe kumaenorum

Psilocybe laurae

Psilocybe lazoi

Psilocybe mairei

Psilocybe makarorae

Psilocybe mammillata

Psilocybe meridensis

Psilocybe meridionalis

Psilocybe mescaleroensis

Psilocybe moravica

Psilocybe moseri

Psilocybe muliercula

Psilocybe naematoliformis

Psilocybe natalensis

Psilocybe natarajanii

Psilocybe neocaledonicum

Psilocybe neorhombispora

Psilocybe ochreata

Psilocybe ovoideocystidiata

Psilocybe papuana

Psilocybe paulensis

Psilocybe pericystis

Psilocybe pintonii

Psilocybe pleurocystidiosa



Psilocybe portoricensis

Psilocybe pseudoaztecorum

Psilocybe pseudobullacea Psilocybe puberula

Psilocybe ramulosa

Psilocybe rickii

Psilocybe rostrata

Psilocybe rzedowskii

Psilocybe samuiensis

Psilocybe sanctorum

Psilocybe schultesii

Psilocybe septentrionali

Psilocybe serbica

Psilocybe sierrae

Psilocybe silvatica

Psilocybe singeri

Psilocybe strictipes

Psilocybe subacutipile

Psilocybe subaeruginascens

Psilocybe subaeruginosa

Psilocybe subbrunneocystidiata

Psilocybe subcaerulipes

Psilocybe subcubensis

Psilocybe subpsilocybioides

Psilocybe subtropicalis

Psilocybe subyungensis

Psilocybe subzapotecorum

Psilocybe tasmaniana

Psilocybe uruguayensis

Psilocybe uxpanapensis

Psilocybe venenata

Psilocybe verae-crucis

Psilocybe villarrealiae

Psilocybe wassoniorum

Psilocybe weldenii

Psilocybe wrightii

Psilocybe xalapensis

Psilocybe yungensis

Psilocybe zapotecoantillarum

Psilocybe zapotecocaribaea



Note:  Weraroa novae-zelandiae, is a pouch fungus of New Zealand.  Recent phylogenetic analysis by Moncalvo (2002) and Bridge et al. (2008) has demonstrated the close relationship between the type species W. novae-zelandiae to Psilocybe, particularly Psilocybe subaeruginosa. Furthermore, Borovička et al. (2010) have shown that this species is very close to Psilocybe cyanescens. Therefore, W. novae-zelandiae now appears to be only distantly related to other species of Weraroa and it has been reclassified as  Psilocybe weraroa Borov., Oborník & Noordel