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MAGIC MUSHROOMS OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND


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Australian Species





 
Originally published in The Journal of Psychedelic Drugs vol. 35 (1990):30-61 Copyright by [ .]


by

John W. Allen, Mark D. Merlin and Karl L. R. Jansen

Summary
 



 
Keywords: Psychoactive fungi; Psilocybe spp.; Copelandia spp.; Panaeolus; Australia, New Zealand




Introduction
 






 

1. Psilocybe cubensis (Earle) Singer and Psilocybe subcubensis Guzmán  




2. Panaeolus (Fr.) Quelet and Copelandia Bresadola species
 




Domesticated Ruminants and Psychoactive Fungi in Southeast Asia



 





Fig 2. Wua, cattle (Bos indicus), along highway 4169 near Ban Saket, Koh Samui


Fig. 3. Quai, or Jao-tooy. Asian water buffalo (Bubulus bubalis), Ban Hua Thanon, Koh Samui.


Fig. 4. Rice Paddie habitat of hed keequai. Ban Hua Thanon, Koh Samui




Psychoactive Fungi Use on Koh Samui and Koh Pha-ngan
 



Psychoactive Mushroom Vendors on Koh Samui


 





Fig. 5. Psychoactive fungi collected by Samui natives in the early morning near Bo Phut, Koh Samui


Fig. 6. Young mushroom vendo. Ban Hua Thanon, Koh Samui


Fig. 7. Native of Koh Samui sun drying hed keequai


Fig. 8. Native of Koh Samui with Hed keequai and egg




Psilocybian Mushrooms or LSD Adulterated Omelettes?





Fig. 9. T-shirt and menu from Munchies" Resort, Hat Chaweng, Koh Samui


Fig. 10. New menu from Palm Beach Resort, West Hat Rin Beach, Koh Samui


Fig. 11. A deluxe 'magic mushroom' omelette from Munchies Resort, Koh Samui


Fig. 12. Omelette, menu and T-shirt from Munchies Resort, Koh Samui




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