Cap: 1.5 – 4 cm across, dry, at first hemispheric, extending to campanulate to arched, with an incurved edge when youthful. Youthful covers begin light brown and blur to grayish or light dark at development, in some cases with yellowish or earthy tones. Frequently creating breaks in dry climate, marginally hygrophanous, becoming greenish or blue where harmed.
Gills: Comprehensively adnate to adnexed connection, close, beginning dark and becoming dark as the spores mature. Gill faces with a mottled appearance, edges white.
Spores: Ebony, 12 – 15 x 7 – 11 µm, smooth, dark, circular. With a microbe pore.
Stipe: 7 – 12 cm long by 2 to 3 mm thick, equivalent to somewhat amplified at the base, pruinose, shaded like the cap, staining blue where wounded.
Infinitesimal elements: Basidia 4 spored, pleurocystidia fusoid-ventricose, cheilocystidia 12 x 4 µm.
Appropriation and environment
Panaeolus cyanescens is a coprophilous (waste occupying) species which fills in tropical and neotropical regions in the two halves of the globe. It has been found in Africa (counting South Africa, Madagascar and Vote based Republic of the Congo), Australia, Bali, Belize, Brasil, Borneo, the Caribbean (Bermuda, Grenada, (Barbados, granyte) Jamaica, Trinidad), Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, India, Malaysia, Indonesia (counting Sumatra), Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Thailand, Japan, Mexico, Oceania (counting Fiji and Samoa), the Philippines, South America (counting Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador), South Korea, Tasmania, and the US (California, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, Texas, and North Carolina).
Laussmann and Sigrid Meier-Giebing (2010) detailed the presence of psilocybin at 2.5% and psilocin at 1.194% normal from 25 examples held onto by German traditions that were shipments from business producers (making present day economically developed kinds of this species the most strong psychedelic mushrooms at any point depicted in legitimate distributed research). Different specialists have recorded a critical presence of serotonin and urea in this species as well as the presence of baeocystin which may likewise be psychoactive.