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In this place they cut the trees down and burn them in underground ovens to make charcoal. This year they cleared a lot of the underbrush, which gives you a lot more visibility into the woods than normal. If you look only at the foreground, this is the typical habitat. The species in this group nearly always fruit from little mossy ridges / edges of trails on steep hillsides in cloud forests between 1500 and 2600 meters elevation. Unlike some species of Psilocybe, this group does not prefer disturbed areas.
Alonso is photographing the mushroom in these pics. I didn’t get around to taking macro shots of this one. Most of my P. neoxalapensis observations are just macro pics and this one just shows the habitat.
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