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Hey all, I've been looking here in southeast alaska for actives but have yet to come across any. I see that liberty caps, wavy caps, and Pan Subb. should all grow in Alaska, but I have yet to come across any. If you have any tips I would really appreciate it, Thanks!
I don't know how far south you are, but the "wavy caps" will most likely be found in areas densely populated with alders. I live in Southcentral AK on the Kenai Peninsula and there are many areas full of alders, but I fear I am too far north. I guess that the wavy caps are rare unless cultivated, but I say it's worth a look. Liberty caps enjoy fields if I am not mistaken and I am under the impression fields are hard to come by in S.E. A.K.. But if there are fields in your area, especially those populated by animals that travel, I would check them out. The pan. sub. isn't really worth the trouble if you ask me. There are too many others to mistake it for and it's not very potent. Of course, amanita muscarias are probably all over the place with the spruce forests down there, but it's hot or miss with those from what I here, preperation is the key with those.