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Psilocybe West Virginian specimens....

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#141 mikect05



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Posted 16 April 2007 - 05:20 PM

I have never seen such a place as Ct for 'shrooms of all sorts. Never found Ps. genus but many, many others. Cinnamon chanterelles, Amanitas (not muscaria but the fatal ones), many others. Very hard to preserve however as the air there seems to turn them to ucky glop rather than to dry them properly. Many bugs and insects too.

When I had put the old "cow pies" in the old barn there were a few that had these real small mushrooms grow, I had seperated them and kept trying to pick them and dry them but they just turned to mush, like liquified black.

#142 Lazlo


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Posted 16 April 2007 - 05:31 PM

A lot of the cubensis we picked in Florida would ink up rather bad also.

The only thing that sort of interests me with this culture is it seems to fruit fine in colder conditions. It's probably a species that's been around that area for a while and has adapted. Who knows.

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