Coprinaceae (Ink Caps)
Some of the psychoactive mushrooms originally assigned to this genus are now classified in the genus Panaeolus: Panaeolus cambodginiensis, Panaeolus cyanescens, Panaeolus tropicales (cf. Panaeolusspp.).
The following species of the genus Copelandia contain psilocybin (Allen et al. 1992, 93**; Ott 1993, 309*):
Copelandia anomalus (Murr.) Sacc. et Trott.
Copelandia bispora (Malencon et Bertault) Sing. et Weeks
Copelandia chlorocystis Sing., Weeks et Hearns
Copelandia mexicana Guzmán
Copelandia westii (Murr.) Sing.
None of these species is known to have or to have had a traditional use (cf. Weeks et al. 1979).
See also the entries for Panaeolus cyanescens, Panaeolus spp., and psilocybin.
Weeks, R. A., R. Singer, and W. Hearns. 1979. A new psilocybian species of Copelandia. Journal of Natural Products 42:71–74.