Can anyone recommend an ID Guide for NW New York State region? Hopefully I'll be able to hunt mushrooms near Lake George for a couple of days around the start of August whilst on my travels.
ID Guide for NW New York State?
Posted 07 July 2019 - 04:02 AM
I was not particularly planning on hunting for magic, just general field ID for the fun of it. Spore print collection for the fun if it. I was hoping to find a field guide in print ideally. I'm a bit paranoid about taking my smartphone in case boarder guards decide to get nosey so internet access whilst out and about may not be possible.
Posted 09 July 2019 - 02:46 AM
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Posted 11 July 2019 - 06:56 PM
you can view Allens book here .
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Here is a list of upper state New York active species from my published paper with Guzman and Gartz.
Amanita muscaria (Jenkins, 1977, 1986).
A. pantherina (Gilberston, 1966; Jenkins, 1977, 1986).
Conocybe cyanopus (Benedict et al., 1962; Gartz, 1996).
Gymnopilus liquiritae (Hesler, 1969)
G. luteofolius (Hesler, 1969; Stamets, 1996)
G. luteus (Hesler, 1969)
G. spectabilis (Hesler, 1969) (Now known as Gymnopilus junonius).
G. validipes (Hesler, 1969; Ammirati, 1985).
Panaeolus castanaeifolius (Ola'h, 1969)
P. fimicola (Gerhardt, 1996). (Now known as Panaeolus cinctulus).
P. subbalteatus (Levine, 1917; Singer et al., 1958; Heim, 1978).
P. retirugis (Levine, 1917).
Psilocybe caerulipes (Singer & Smith, 1958; Leung et al., 1965; Benedict et al., 1967, Guzmán, 1983).
P. semilanceata (Guzmán, 1983; Redhead, 1989).
P. silvatica (Singer & Smith, 1958; Stamets, 1978, 1996).
Lib caps in pasteurlands along the Ontario Border and upwards into Ontario, Canada and east to New Brunswick and north to Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and P. E. Island. Probably south of the NY/Canadian Border but I am not sure how far/