Psilocybin Mushrooms of the World – An Identification Guide
The most comprehensive field guide to the psilocybin-active species ever published, this field guide illustrates a wide range of species spanning the world. With excellent color photographs, nearly 100 species are fully described, including close relatives and poisonous look-alikes.
A book without comparison, this field guide stands alone in its scope and describes many new species not seen in any previous works. Far more than just a field guide, this book will prove useful to mycologists, scholars, physicians, and the passionately curious.
About the author:
Dr. Paul Stamets author of numerous books and papers on the subject of mushroom identification and cultivation, Stamets has discovered four new species of mushrooms. He is an advocate of the permaculture system of growing, and considers fungiculture a valuable but underutilized aspect of permaculture. He is also a leading researcher into the use of mushrooms in bioremediation, processes he terms mycoremediation and mycofiltration. Stamets is advisor to the Program for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine Medical School, Tucson, Arizona.
– Psilocybes from a Historical Perspective
– Global Ecologies and World Distribution of Psilocybin Mushrooms
– Targeting Six Classic Habitats
– Good Tips for Great Trips
– Field Collection Techniques
– Detailed description of nearly 100 species from all over the planet
Book: 256 Pages
Editorial: Ten Speed Press