P. Stuntzii (Wild) – Spore Print
Psilocybe Stuntzii: A Fungi Tribute to Daniel Stuntz
Psilocybe Stuntzii, colloquially known as Stuntz’s blue legs and blue ringers, stands as a homage to the esteemed mycologist Daniel Stuntz from the University of Washington. Originally spotted flourishing on the university’s campus, this psilocybin mushroom belongs to the Hymenogastraceae family, boasting psilocybin and psilocin as its primary active compounds.
Classified under the section Stuntzae, Psilocybe Stuntzii shares its taxonomic neighborhood with other notable fungi like Psilocybe caeruleoannulata, Psilocybe meridionalis, Psilocybe mescaleroensis, Psilocybe ovoideocystidiata, Psilocybe rostrata, Psilocybe subaeruginascens, Psilocybe subaeruginascens var. septentrionalis, and Psilocybe uruguayensis. As a member of this diverse fungal family, Psilocybe Stuntzii adds a touch of elegance to the mycological tapestry, not only for its connection to the renowned mycologist but also for its psychoactive properties that make it a fascinating subject of study in the world of mushrooms.
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