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Panaeolus cinctulus (Banded Mottlegill)

Synonyms: Agaricus cinctulus; Agaricus fimicola var. cinctulus; Campanularius pumilus; Coprinus cinctulus; Panaeolus dunensis; Panaeolus fimicola var. cinctulus; Panaeolus pumilus

Wikipedia Abstract

Panaeolus cinctulus, syn. Panaeolus subbalteatus, commonly known as the banded mottlegill, weed Panaeolus or subbs is a very common, widely distributed psilocybin mushroom. According to American naturalist and mycologist David Arora, Panaeolus cinctulus is the most common psilocybin mushroom in California. During the early 1900s, these species were referred to as the "weed Panaeolus" because they were commonly found in beds of the commercially grown, grocery-store mushroom Agaricus bisporus. Mushroom farmers had to weed it out from the edible mushrooms because of its hallucinogenic properties.
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Protected Areas

Name IUCN Category Area acres Location Species Website Climate Land Use
Sefton Coast 11278 England, United Kingdom

Ecosystems

Predators

Bradysia expolita (Gnat)[1]
Glaucomys sabrinus (northern flying squirrel)[1]
Lemmus sibiricus (brown lemming)[1]
Myodes rutilus (northern red-backed vole)[1]
Tamiasciurus hudsonicus (red squirrel)[1]
Urocitellus parryii (Arctic ground squirrel)[1]

Distribution

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1Making The Forest And Tundra Wildlife Connection
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