The wood-loving Psilocybe ovoideocystidiata was first named by mycologists Richard Gaines and Gaston Guzman in 2007, based on mushroom samples taken in 2003 from wood chips at the side of a trail in… Pennsylvania.
In its native range of the Northeastern U.S., mushrooms can typically be found from late April to early June, and occasionally all the way through to November. Flushes of mushrooms are most prolific soon after a few days of rainfall.
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Psilocybe ovoideocystidiata: the ohio valley shroom taking over the world
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