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Those grow in Horse dung, often mixed with woody debris, and they have a jet black spore print, a tan/brown cap with a darker ring around the edge, and are often confused with Paneaolina foenisecii. Good luck.
I think they have been reported from cow dung and horse dung, but if I'm not mistaken I think horse dung is more common substrate to find that particular species.
No you will not find any by flipping over cow poo. They grow up out of dung. No flipping necessary. Also I think it is the wrong season for them, right now (At least where you live.) I think they would grow in late Spring or early Summer in your state. Not sure. You really should just research the species. I'm not sure if any other species' of magic mushroom grow naturally in Oklahoma because I am lost here at the shroomery these days. They keep changing things, and the location chart is eithere missing or somewhere else. I used to be able to check that chart. Perhaps it's outdated or something I don't know.
Someone is going to close this thread soon, I think, but in the process could a moderator please point into the right direction to find that location page?
Oh and wannabop...Don't eat unidentified mushrooms dude. You could die. The best advice for you is to research alot. And do not do anything stupid. Mushrooms can be deadly.
I wouldnt just eat them without posting them on here first. lol im just new to the whole thing and i wanted to get a little info on what i could find around me... thanks for you help though and if a mod does close this thread could you please give me a link to the location page, i couldnt find it either... i read about it an older thread. Thanks for you help though and im sorry for my newbness, dont worry my questions might sound stupid, but i wont just go eat some random shroom i find on cow poop lol. thanks for you help though and not ignoring me.
Im not sure either - pan subbs can be found just in manured grasses so perhaos chaeck out your local golf courses and those kinds of things - wouldnt hurt to check out some manure in your area. Hey arent Kings of Leon from Oklahoma?
Reason: Questions that ask when and where mushrooms fruit aren't allowed.
That being said:
1. Study habitat, weather and plants, that the mushroom that you would like to find grows in. 2. Take a look around where you live and study the different habitats in your area. 3. Find a suitable area to hunt mushrooms. 4. Look. 5. If you don't find anything go back to step 1.
There is a lot of info on mushrooms on this site .