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Blue Meanies is the common name for Panaeolus cyanescens. The name says a lot about this species; when picked, they turn midnight blue and pack a powerful punch. Despite its diminutive size, Panaeolus cyanescens is one of the more strong psilocybin-containing mushrooms. P. cyanescens produces small medium-sized brown to white mushrooms that are often overlooked by novice enthusiasts.
Panaeolus magic mushrooms are fairly common; they grow all over the world in tropical and temperate climates. Panaeolus cyanescens is a tropical/subtropical grassland species that is frequently discovered in dung, much like another well-known fungus. You could easily overlook a patch of Blue Meanies if you weren’t looking for the more common Psilocybe cubensis. The former is thought to have two to three times the psilocybin content of cubensis. | Buy Blue Meanies Mushrooms Online in Oregon
What Are Blue Meanies Mushrooms?
This widespread genus’ mushrooms are normally tiny, have black spores, and frequently grow on dung. However, not all Panaeolus species contain psilocybin. The Panaeolus genus has thirteen psilocybin-producing species, including the Blue Meanies strain and Panaeolus cinctulus. Blue meanies mushrooms are known as “mottlegills” because of the uneven spots or patches of pigment on their gills.
But there’s something else to know about Panaeolus cyanescens: it’s a fungus with a lot of names. There are so many that determining what to call this particular species can be difficult. To begin, the term “Panaeolus” means “all variegated” in Greek, which describes the fungi’s speckled texture. The species name, cyanescens, is derived from the Latin word “cyaneus,” which means “blue,” and refers to the hue of the flesh after bruising.
Panaeolus cyanescens is often known as “Blue Meanies” in popular culture. According to legend, Panaeolus cyanescens was named after The Beatles’ legendary psychedelic film “Yellow Submarine.” This popular name, according to Gartz, was coined in Australia. Aside from “Gold Tops,” “Blue Meanies” is another widespread name for psilocybin-containing mushrooms—a strain of Psilocybe cubensis is also known as “Blue Meanies.” | Buy Blue Meanies Mushrooms Online in Oregon
Blue Meanies Mushroom Identification
Panaeolus cyanescens matures in the wild as light grey or off-white. The caps are light brown while young and fade to off-white or light grey as they age. They can have yellowish or brownish tones. The caps (pileus) are 0.5 to two centimeters in diameter, hemispheric at first, later bell-shaped (campanulate) or convex. When young, the cap margin is incurved. The caps are slightly hygrophanous, losing color as they dry and frequently cracking in dry weather.
The attachment of the gills is extensively adnate to adnexed. To clarify, adnate attachment indicates the gills are largely attached to the stem, whereas adnexed means only marginally. The gills of Panaeolus cyanescens are close, black or grey, and have a spotty, speckled, or hazy look due to the way the spores ripen in minute patches on the gill surface. The different patches darken at varying rates, giving the appearance of a mottled pattern. The gills turn black as the spores grow. Except for Panaeolus foenisecii, all species feature a jet black spore print.
The stem (stipe) is usually 7 to 12 centimeters long and 2 to 3 millimeters thick. The width is consistent throughout the length and slightly increased at the base. The stem is the same color as the cap and is covered in a thin white powder. The mushrooms smell and taste like flour (farinaceous). When damaged, the mushrooms bruise greenish or blue, just as other psilocybin-containing fungus. Blue Meanies mushrooms have this hue on the cap or the stem. | Buy Blue Meanies Mushrooms Online in Oregon
Where Do Blue Meanies Mushroom Grow?
These psilocybin shroom grows in the tropics and subtropics. The mushrooms grow all year in tropical areas. They grow in the subtropics from late spring to autumn, depending on rain and humidity. They are known to appear in temperate zones during the wet and humid summer months. Blue Meanies can be seen growing solitary or in bunches on cattle or horse dung in pastures and meadows. They appear during the spring or wet seasons.
Their distribution in the United States is from Florida and along the Gulf Coast, where it fruits almost year-round on “cow pies.” It is believed that they were transferred to other nations through livestock movement; Blue meanies is supposed to have been brought to the Hawaiian islands during the early 1800s when cattle were imported from the Philippines. They can now be found in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres’ tropical and subtropical zones. Blue Meanies mushrooms are also prevalent in Mexico, South America (Colombia, Bolivia, Brazil, and Peru), Eastern Australia, India, Bali, Southeast Asia, South Africa, France, and Italy. | Buy Blue Meanies Mushrooms Online in Oregon