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Habitat and formation
Psilocybe caerulipes is found growing on decaying wood and wood chips throughout the midwest and east coast. This mushroom is found most commonly on maple, beech or birch wood. They are most prolific in deciduous forests near river valleys, preferring flood planes and overflow areas. They tend to grow in areas with a lot of elevation change and are rarer in flat locations.
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