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Psilocybe Cubensis Mexican species Psilocybe mexicana and P. cubensis (formerly Stropharia cubensis). Hallucinogenic mushrooms used in religious ceremonies by the Indians of Mexico were considered sacred and were called “god’s flesh” by the Aztecs. In the 1950s the active principles psilocin and psilocybin were isolated from the Mexican mushrooms. As a result…
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or some, Psilocybe subaeruginosa—also known as “P. subs”—is an exotic species, a curiosity from “Down Under.” Yet, this species is by no means rare. Australia has two main psilocybe species: the tropical/subtropical Psilocybe cubensis and the temperate eucalyptus-loving Psilocybe subaeruginosa. The former is an introduced species, and the latter grows natively in the Australian southeast.
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In Australia, Psilocybe subaeruginosa is a very common—and in some cases, potentially weedy—species found in forests, parks, playgrounds, and scattered around universities. The species occurs as far south as Maatsuyker Island, a rugged island off the south coast of Tasmania, and as far north as Southeast Queensland—a considerable distribution and dynamic range of habitats and substrates. It’s even known to occur in the central business district (CBD) of Melbourne.
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Psilocybe Cubensis was discovered in Australia long before it became popular. The earliest recorded collection of the species was in June 1915 in New South Wales. Mycologists made further collections in Victoria and South Australia. In 1927, Australian naturalist, microbiologist, mycologist, and ornithologist John Burton Cleland named and described the species. Cleland was one of the pioneers of Australian mycology. In 1934–35, he published “Toadstools and Mushrooms and Other Larger Fungi of South Australia,” a two-volume monograph known to be one of the most comprehensive reviews of Australian fungi ever written.
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Yet, it took another 35 years for Psilocybe Cubensis P. subs to enter the public consciousness—and we have surfers to thank for inspiring a curiosity around psychoactive fungi. During the 1960s, the east coast of Australia became a mecca for surfers. The barrel waves of the Gold Coast brought in an influx of American tourists—and they didn’t come empty-handed. They brought a hefty dose of West Coast psychedelic culture, along with some rather interesting compounds and a knowledge of which mushrooms might be worth picking.
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