Hello to all lovers of mushrooms. Here is a photographic Pictorial and Partial
Essay on some of the various habitats of Psilocybe, Panaeolus and Copelandia species,
including Psilocybe cubensis and/or Psilocybe subcubensis, Psilocybe samuiensis,
Psilocybe antioquensis and Copelandia spp., from various areas of Koh Samui and
Suphanburi, Thailand; and from Angkor Wat, Cambodia; including some non-active and/or toxic species
of Coprinus, Panaeolus, Chlorophyllum molybdites (green gills) and other mushrooms
found in similar habitats of Southeast Asia.
This Pictorial also features the ruminants (variouos four-legged domesticate and wild animals) and their habitats of Copelandia and Panaeolus species found in the Islands of Hawaii (Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island of Hawaii). These include 5 species of Copelandia and two species of Panaeolus (one active and one non-active). Additionally, we offer the viewer an insight into the various magic mushrooms found in pasture lands, lawns and woods chipped mulched garden beds in the Pacific Northwest (9 common species from Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada; West Lake and Astoria, Oregon; Seattle; including species from Tumwater, Washington's famed 'Trail's End' Riding Stable' compost heap habitat of Panaeolus spp. and Dinsmore Dairy Farm's field of Psilocybe cubensis outside of Jacksonville, Florida. Both Psilocybe cubensis and Copelandia species are common in manure from Texas to Florida and north to South Carolina. This also includes the various cattle and buffalo whose manure produces the entheogenic sacred mushrooms.