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Copelandia cyanescens, At Angkor Wat, Kampuchea - 1998-2003



COPELANDIA CYANESCENS HABITATS AT ANGKOR WAT, CAMBODIA



Here one can see the cattle which make the shrooms grow.
The building in the center of the 2nd image is to the right of the above image.





Here to the left ifs the field I doscovered the Breazillian species psilocybe antioquensis.
The children who wander freely around always pop up to earn money helping pick shrooms.



Here in front of the 1st image below; Some shroom helpers and the wall of the old cambodian Prison at Banteay Kdei
In the 2nd image I am facing away from the brick wall of the old prison.
More shroom helpers wandering collecting P. antioquensis.














The girl helping told me of a frenchman who picked magic and edible shrooms.
She said she took him home and he made mushroom stew for her mother.
The other images were taken two to three years apart. More Cambodian shroom pickers
All species below and on next page are Copelandia cyanescens
























This image of several mushrooms were all growing from the same cow-pie at Angkor Wat.
The 1st mushroom from the left is Copelandia cyaenscens.
The 2nd mushroom from the left is Panaeolus sphinctrinus.
The 3rd mushroom from the left is Psilocybe coprophila. The last 3 mushrooms on the right of the image are also Panaolus sphinctrinus.










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