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Psilocybe quebecensis magic mushrooms are moderately active hallucinogenic mushrooms in the section Aztecorum, having psilocybin and psilocin as the main active compounds.
This species readily bruises blue with age or handling and has translucent striations on the cap when wet. This bluing reaction extends to the stipe, where long “rhizomorphs” (root-like structures) are habitually found near the base. Older mushrooms may have a nearly flat cap that wrinkles with age. Fruiting tends to occur year after year in the same location; areas of discovery should be marked or noted.
While P. quebecensis has a moderate potency, containing both psilocybin and psilocin, it must be cultivated in the wild. This species resists fruiting either mushrooms or sclerotia when cultivated artificially. They are found at the end of summer or into the autumn throughout their range, most recently extending into the state of Michigan in the USA. Their fruiting requires a low-temperature shift, to near or below 6-15°C (43-59°F).
Though considered rare, this species is suspected to be more widespread because of its small size and low population density in Quebec. In the same range, other Psilocybe species share similar appearances, namely P. baeocystis and P. caerulipes, the latter being differentiated by a subtler blueing reaction. If discovered, they have a radish-like, floury scent and a mild, herbal, floury flavor.
An enigmatic species, P. quebecensis, is hindered by its fickleness in artificial cultivation. For those lucky enough to discover a local patch, a yearly tradition can be expected if the place if remembered. A pleasing flavor and scent and moderate potency combine to make this sub-arctic species memorable.