Liberty cap mushroom- A coveted mushroom that everyone seems to love, aka liberty caps, is the psilocybe semilanceata. The psilocybe semilanceata grows around the globe in grasslands in temperate regions, where sheep, horses, and cows graze. Often used are lawns that are taken care of and fertilized with fertilizer.
Although this mushroom does not grow on the droppings directly, it is where sedge grass is found in the dung enriched soil. Typically at the base of clumps of grass at the outer edge. Fescue grass is a popular grass to find this species growing in. It is very prevalent in the Pacific Northwest USA, and in the fall it is usually fruit.
Also, this species especially thrives in Oregon and Canada, as well as the state of Washington. These free cap shrooms are also rising in many places in the world, and this provides decision makers enjoyed a wonderful mushroom hunting experience in the northern Pyrenees of Spain and France to find these mushrooms along with psilocybe hispanica.
In Spain and the PNW USA, there is also an uncommon orange variety of psilocybe semilanceatas which grows. There are a few photos of this orange type in our gallery. My Spanish friend, who has been hunting these mushroms for decades, also tells me that he sees albinos and several different shaded shades of semilanceatas from time to time.
The semi ‘s growing psilocybe hispanica Buy liberty caps mushroom is in the mountains of the Pyrenees in the same area and they grow right next to each other as in this picture. In Spain’s Galicae, Liberty caps also grow alongside psilocybe Gallaeciae.
While semilanceatas do not grow directly from dung, they grow from of the dung-enriched soil below but through the dung when they are fresh. The dung acts like a casing ‘s soil and provides shade and moisture. My friends in Spain are lucky that psilocybe mushrooms in their country are legal and a natural part of their culture.
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