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Discovered in Chitwan Nepal on elephant or rhino dung. This one is another great strain. Very dense fruits with heavy bluing when bruised. Above average rizomorphic mycelium, and a heavy spore depositor. Does well on bulk substrates.
Nepal chitwan fungal jungle magic mushroom trip report. After twenty-five minutes, you’re staring down at your feet in the shower. The water is warm, the plughole small. It begins to grow as the mushrooms take effect, widening and lengthening. It’s a tunnel that seems to go on forever, the edges glowing purple. You toe at it, wondering what could be down there. You realise your leg is being sucked in, and your entire body follows.
In this strange dimension, shapes are shifting all around you. Sharp, geometric patterns switch and change, darting before your eyes. A mirror comes forward, bringing itself out from the background of shapes. In the mirror, you see your reflection, but something is different.
CAP: The cap is 20-70mm in size, hemispheric expanding to nearly plane with age. It’s a golden-brown colour, maturing to a light brown. There are small remnants of the universal veil when young that disappear at maturity. The flesh is yellowish white, bruising bluish green when damaged.
GILLS: The gill attachment on this mushie is adnate to adnexed. Its yellow colour darkens at maturity, and remnants of the partial veil stay attached to the outer circumference of the cap.
STEM: F.J’s stem is 150-200mm in length, with a yellow reflective sheen to it. It’s enlarged at the base, but typically equal size throughout. It bruises semi hollow and bluish green when damaged.
SPORES: The spores on this Shroom are a dark purplish brown, and subellipsoid on four-spored basidia.
HABITAT: This mushie grew up around rhinos and elephants. He’s no stranger to the larger things in life. He’s dung-loving, and thrives in the grasses of his natural, jungle home.