Psilocybin spores are released from the fruiting bodies of certain species of mushrooms. These spores can be found in many parts of the world and naturally grow in certain types of environments.
The most common way for these spores to be spread is through the wind. The spores are so small and light that they are able to travel long distances, and this is how they are able to populate different areas around the world. This is why some types of mushrooms can be found in a wide range of climates and environmental types.
Germinating psilocybin mushroom spores require a moist, warm, and dark environment. This allows the spore to produce a hyphal growth, which will eventually create the more recognizable fruiting bodies that contain the psilocybin.
These fruiting bodies will not just appear overnight and will take weeks or even months to fully develop and produce the desired psychedelic effect. In order to ensure that the mushrooms grow to their full potential, they must be provided with the required nutrients, such as humus and nitrogen.
The growth and spread of these mushroom spores is further assisted by the fact that they are also capable of producing spores sexually. This is how the mushrooms produce multiple offspring in order to continue to propagate in areas where spores might not have been able to reach by the wind.
In conclusion, psilocybin spores are able to grow and spread in the wild quite easily due to their small size, lightweight, and ability to produce spores sexually.