Psilocybe bohemica also known as P. serbica, is a little brown magic mushroom emblematic of the rich central Europe myco-flora. Known from approximately twenty-five localities in the Czech Republic, this psychoactive wood-rotting bluing Psilocybe presents a morphological variability that has had it confused with many other magic mushroom species.
Recently known as P. arcana (2001) and P. moravica (2003), the epithet bohemica stands for one of the Czech Republic’s initial names: Bohemia.
Psilocybe bohemica shares very close taxonomic similarities with Psilocybe cyanescens though it lacks the particular wavy cap margin of the latter. In 2015, additional molecular studies published by Borovička and colleagues identified Psilocybe bohemica to be close to various other magic mushrooms such as: P. azurescens, P. weraroa, P. cubensis, and P. allenii. Psilocybe bohemica has a very variable potency running from mild to high, the is yet another example of how unpredictable these little ones can be.
Needless to say, the recording of the science of mushroom is a complex, arduous, and time-consuming process that is still in the making. Considering plant and fungi science is probably what will help save the world, we all agree the work is worth the wait.
PSILOCYBE BOHEMICA Potency