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May 14th, 2003, 4:30 pm Central Time would be a good time to start, hahah Or no hey, start looking for pan subbs on the 1st day of June 2003 2:45 pm Central Time.. No but really, i would start looking in the spring time, and then also through the summer, and then during fall also.
Psilocybe semilanceata "Liberty Caps" are typically found in the fall, in pastures, fields, lawns or other grassy areas, especially rich grasslands grazed by sheep and cows. In clumps of sedge grass.
Panaeolus subbalteatus "Pan subbs" grows well in the spring, summers and early fall. Gregariously in dung or in well manured ground.
Amanita muscaria "Fly Agaric" grows roughly through the months of July-October, and during the winter in California. On the ground, under pine, spruce, and birch; also live oak and madrone in California, spruce at higher elevations. The range of this mushroom in the U.S. roughly is from the Rocky Mountains and Pacific Coast; rare in East, but reported in Maine, Connecticut, and New York.
can't wait tell the weather starts to warm up around here, it's been in the 70's but at night it cools off pretty quick. But once spring gets here the one Mushy i'll be out for is "Pan subbs" i dont know what it is about them but i just like picking those "LBM".