Thsi is a very useful quick basic guide for research..
Here’s how they start the piece
Approximately 14,000 mushroom species have been described around the world today. Of these 14,000, just over 180 of these mushrooms are psychoactive (that is, contain psilocybin). In this article, we’ll highlight the most common magic mushroom strains and species. As we’ll see, each species differs significantly in its appearance, distribution, habitat, potency, and potential dangers.
What are Magic Mushroom Strains?
By and large, the majority of psilocybin mushroom species are concentrated in the Psilocybe genus, which contains approximately 117 species. Psilocybin mushrooms are also found in several other genera, including:
- Gymnopilus (13 species)
- Panaeolus (7 species)
- Copelandia (12 species)
- Hypholoma (6 species)
- Pluteus (6 species)
- Inocybe (6 species)
- Conocybe (4 species)
- Agrocybe (1 species)
- Galerina (1 species)
- Mycena (1 species)