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OfflineAlan RockefellerM
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Re: i have an idea... [Re: suchen]
    #16172588 - 05/02/12 08:05 PM (1 year, 11 months ago)

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It really deserves its own devoted website or something.





I can provide free web hosting which is very fast and has unlimited bandwidth.


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Re: i have an idea... [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #16172616 - 05/02/12 08:12 PM (1 year, 11 months ago)

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suchen said:
It really deserves its own devoted website or something.





I can provide free web hosting which is very fast and has unlimited bandwidth.




very cool.
let's do it.

:awedance:

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Re: i have an idea... [Re: bloodworm]
    #16172673 - 05/02/12 08:21 PM (1 year, 11 months ago)

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very cool.
let's do it.





Send me the HTML/whole webroot.

You can register a domain or use plantobserver.org.

If you register a domain point it to the plantobserver.org IP address and I'll get the apache config set up.

I can also give you a shell account so you can rsync your local webroot with the production web server any time you want.


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Re: i have an idea... [Re: bloodworm]
    #16172682 - 05/02/12 08:23 PM (1 year, 11 months ago)

are we going to pick just one or should we have multiple observations/descriptions?

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Re: i have an idea... [Re: bloodworm]
    #16172702 - 05/02/12 08:27 PM (1 year, 11 months ago)

i'm not very good with html and would need some help.
anyone willing to provide their services?

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Re: i have an idea... [Re: bloodworm]
    #16174124 - 05/03/12 12:02 AM (1 year, 11 months ago)

Congratulations on the TI badge bloodworm, you have earned it. :congrats:


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Re: i have an idea... [Re: bloodworm]
    #16179555 - 05/04/12 01:14 AM (1 year, 11 months ago)

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bloodworm said:
are we going to pick just one or should we have multiple observations/descriptions?

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I agree with this, and think it's a great Idea. Wasn't quite sure if anyone was still even thinking about this.:murray:


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Re: i have an idea... [Re: NeoSporen]
    #16179671 - 05/04/12 01:38 AM (1 year, 11 months ago)

Psilocybe pelliculosa

Found in clear cuts, logging roads, and woodchip trails. Could hold potential for LC. Can be found at high and low elevations in the Fall, November to December, in Washington, Southwest Canada, and Oregon.

A good tip: Some collections will bruise blue. Even in collections that do not bruise blue, a rare specimen carefully harvested via wiggling, may have a blue primordia connected to its base. Bluing is difficult to observe sometimes – even when there is bluing. It will be helpful to use a task magnfication lamp to thoroughly look for bluing.

Also rare, but less rare - check for a purple annulus-like ring (annular zone) of spore deposits in freshly harvested specimens.

They’ll grow spaced apart in older clear cuts but within a community, sometimes in clusters of two or three specimens. On woodchip trails and newer clear cuts they can fruit in very abundant clusters, covering a sizable amount of territory.

Spore print is difficult to categorize regarding color. One could go along with trusted mycologists and say it is purple-brown. I will not. Some collections will produce brownish prints in plain sight. By adding 10x magnfication, some hues of purple appear in the otherwise brownish print. Some prints will come out darker and more purple than others. Spore prints can vary in color noticeably from collection to collection.

All specimens, unless they’ve begun drying, will have a separable gelatinous pellicle, which is probably the most helpful and noteworthy identification trait while actually in the field.

The pileus is hygrophanous, almost always umbonate otherwise conical in my experience. Caps form vertical line formation while fresh. The margin of the cap will usually be white and sometimes very dark (almost a purple-black).

Medium brown to light brown gills.

Additional notes:  They will grow nearby Hypholomas, deadly Galerinas, and the rarer Mycena, among other rarities. Specimens can reach as large as 3.5" tall with a 2" wide cap roughly. In larger specimens, upon dehydration, a green-blue bruise can occur at the nipplish area of the pileus.

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IPCC Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yiTZm0y1YA#t=85

Climate Change: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6pFDu7lLV4


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Re: i have an idea... [Re: The Lightning]
    #16179962 - 05/04/12 02:50 AM (1 year, 11 months ago)

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gsharpnolack said:
Psilocybe pelliculosa

Found in clear cuts, logging roads, and woodchip trails. Could hold potential for LC. Can be found at high and low elevations in the Fall, November to December, in Washington, Southwest Canada, and Oregon.

A good tip: Some collections will bruise blue. Even in collections that do not bruise blue, a rare specimen carefully harvested via wiggling, may have a blue primordia connected to its base. Bluing is difficult to observe sometimes – even when there is bluing. It will be helpful to use a task magnfication lamp to thoroughly look for bluing.

Also rare, but less rare - check for a purple annulus-like ring (annular zone) of spore deposits in freshly harvested specimens.

They’ll grow spaced apart in older clear cuts but within a community, sometimes in clusters of two or three specimens. On woodchip trails and newer clear cuts they can fruit in very abundant clusters, covering a sizable amount of territory.

Spore print is difficult to categorize regarding color. One could go along with trusted mycologists and say it is purple-brown. I will not. Some collections will produce brownish prints in plain sight. By adding 10x magnfication, some hues of purple appear in the otherwise brownish print. Some prints will come out darker and more purple than others. Spore prints can vary in color noticeably from collection to collection.

All specimens, unless they’ve begun drying, will have a separable gelatinous pellicle, which is probably the most helpful and noteworthy identification trait while actually in the field.

The pileus is hygrophanous, almost always umbonate otherwise conical in my experience. Caps form vertical line formation while fresh. The margin of the cap will usually be white and sometimes very dark (almost a purple-black).

Medium brown to light brown gills.

Additional notes:  They will grow nearby Hypholomas, deadly Galerinas, and the rarer Mycena, among other rarities. Specimens can reach as large as 3.5" tall with a 2" wide cap roughly. In larger specimens, upon dehydration, a green-blue bruise can occur at the nipplish area of the pileus.

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nice. good start! :super:
anyone have any microscopy (or anything else to add) for this species??

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Re: i have an idea... [Re: bloodworm]
    #16222680 - 05/13/12 03:05 AM (1 year, 11 months ago)

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anyone have any microscopy (or anything else to add)




I will re-do the microscopy this Fall, nature-willing. I will have an asterisk next to the description for pleurocystidia so that everyone's in solidarity. I'd still like to see a couple other Shroomery descriptions from other hunters who have found them.

Oh, I almost forgot....Is anyone else gonna post a description in this thread or just me?

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Re: i have an idea... [Re: The Lightning]
    #16222701 - 05/13/12 03:15 AM (1 year, 11 months ago)

I kinda forgot about this thread for some reason. I have some things to add for stuntzii, baeocystis, psilocybe cyanescens, azurescens, and cyanofibrillosa. I'm actually digging through an old hard drive at the moment, so I will probably come across some notes & pictures. Otherwise, I will have to work with what is available, and the pictures I have.

Will start working on it tomorrow morning.  :goodmorning:


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