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    Default New Zealand All Magic Shrooms

    Can someone please list every psychedelic species known in New Zealand? I know of Aucklandii, cyanesens or whatever it is, subs, and amanita muscaria. I want to make an ebook NZ shrooming guide with all the species, photos of them, descriptions of them, growing seasons, and what kind of terrain they grow on. Thanks!

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    Off the top of my head, the ones that I can confirm:

    Psilocybe subaeruginosa (most widespread/common here)
    Psilocybe weraroa (native, most common in the north island)
    Psilocybe subsecotioides (native, pretty much the former two having a child)
    Psilocybe aucklandii (native, rare and only grows up north - used to be much more common for some reason. One of the most potent in the world)
    Psilocybe makarorae (native, uncommon, grows in same habitat as subaeruginosa)
    Psilocybe tasmania (rare, incidentally arrived in NZ through the potting mixture in a nursery)
    Psilocybe aluctea (rare, grows in particular coastal areas up north - worth noting that this species has been demoted from the Psilocybe genus bc it doesn't have enough Psilocybin (you can't trip off them)).
    Psilocybe ovoideocystidiata (uncommon, introduced in recent years. Found in north island)
    Psilocybe cubensis (only found as indoor cultivars or as a multi ounce zip lock bag of powered cubes)
    Psilocybe semilanceata (most common in the world, quite common down south in pastures and grassland and not necessarily at a high altitude).
    Panaeolus cyanescens - Doesn't occur here but please prove me wrong.

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    Thanks!

    I thought p. cyanescense do grow in NZ?

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    Weed in NZ
    Rather contribute to a comprehensive database, like this one; http://mushroomobserver.org/observer...ervation/21610

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