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Re: Shrooms In Southern Oregon
    #75248 - 04/25/00 03:08 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

I have been studing them
and i no cubenisis dont grow here and i know of some that do like liberty caps and wavy caps
but wanted to know if people knew that lived around here>>>>


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Re: Shrooms In Southern Oregon
    #75249 - 04/25/00 12:59 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

I suspect others have not answered your post for the same reason I have not: It is clear that you know nothing about mushrooms, and that you have not taken even the first steps to learn.

Here's what you do:
Go to the library, read some books, figure out what species you think tou might find in your area, and in what habitats, and at what time of year- then ask about those specific species.

Also, read about what to do to try to identify different species of mushrooms, then do some of these things, and at least try to make an educated guess about what genus or species you have found.

I can't speak for anyone else, but if I see these two latin names in your next post, I may answer your questions, if I'm in the mood.

This goes for everyone else who says "Hey, man, I found these little brown mushrooms, are they shrooms?"

Put in some effort, then ask some educated questions.

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Re: Shrooms In Southern Oregon
    #75251 - 04/25/00 11:24 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Good!
Liberty caps, or Psilocybe Semilanceata do grow where you live.

Do they grow in spring or fall?
Do they grow in grass, on cow pies, or in wood chips?
What color are the spores?

What color are the spores of the mushrooms you found?

Any mushroom book will tell you how to make a spore print, then you will know the color of the spores of the mushrooms you found.

Then, you can make an educated guess about the genus.

good luck...you can do it!

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Re: Shrooms In Southern Oregon
    #75252 - 04/26/00 02:44 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Hehe, ignore the shrooms in your field at this time of the year. They are not hallucinogenic. Keep studying for the Fall.

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Re: Shrooms In Southern Oregon
    #75253 - 04/26/00 04:03 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Yes, Workman is right...
but he's making it to easy on you!

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