Panaeolus mushrooms grow throughout the Hawaiian islands where there is plenty of rain and grassy cattle and horse pastures. Panaeolus Cyanescens mushrooms are the most common on the islands, but panaeolus cambodginiensis and panaeolus tropicals can also be found on the islands. Pretty much anywhere you can find grass pastures with cows or horses and moisture you have a great chance of finding these beautiful white mushrooms. They thrive during the rainy seasons but in Hawaii that can be at different places of the island depending on the time of year.
I collected spores for this species at the begging of the famous "Hana Highway". At the lookout point above the Ho'okipa Beach Park which is popular for wind surfing. Behind the lookout point parking lot is a grass field that is sometimes used for live stock to graze. With plenty of aged dung around the panaeolus cyanescens thrive there during the raining season. As well back near Hana there is many ranches where this species of mushrooms can be found. A fun and educational book on this very subject is some of John Allen’s stories after years of hunting these sacred mushrooms in Hawaii. His book Divine Mushrooms & Fungi goes into details about Hawaii's medicinal mushrooms. The island of Kauai is also thriving with Panaeolus Cyanescen mushrooms with so much rainfall and livestock and it's much easier to photograph mushrooms on this island since the ranch pastures are easily accessible.
Panaeolus Cyanescens Maui Hawaii Spore Syringe
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