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mystery fruit Created by: Suntzu
A drying chamber loaded to the hilt with what I believe is "Psilocybe subaeruginosa". What a haul! The patch these were picked from is the most heavenly patch ever. From an orchard the size of a football field, in which I estimate the total shroom count to be at least 3000!
P. Azurescens picked in the wild
you know all that shit you hear about Florida and its shrooms....well, here's your proof. We pick em by the garbage bag full down here!!!! peace
3 Large caps from a good days harvest, NE Florida
The Fly The Fly The Fly The Fly The The Fly The Fly
Central Florida Cubensis mskip23 6-21-05
large amount of very big mushrooms, near our house (belgium)
very beautifull giant mushrooms, in a very large amount
Psilocybe subaeruginosa of new zealand south of the south island. growing with roses on mulch
- NIce One
Amanita Muscaria var. Formosa, from Catalonia, Spain
- Psilocybe semilanceata - Liberty Caps
New member first post, thought I would share.
- some shrooms i had found !!!
magic moments !!!
- Amazing azerescens
Beautiful giant cap
- Cubes. Nature does it best!
Small, sweet, delicate, we used to be this dying breed.
- Found in Millersylvania State Park February 2021
Possibly the most beautiful arrangement of wild fungi ever found off of the beaten path. Picture taken, left intact for the enjoyment of others to stumble upon, like I did. It really made me happy during a dark time in the world. It is my Screensaver and my avatar. Thank you to the angel in the woods who expertly placed this display anonymously. So cool!❤
more liberty caps that i found..and ate..-syn-
Bluing in Psilocybe Stuntzii - lawn variety. Contributed by Mushroom John.
The bottom half of this image is Psilocybe Stuntzii. The top half is Galerina Autumnalis, a deadly lookalike. Contributed by Mushroom John.
The bottom half of this image is Psilocybe Cyanescens. The top half is Galerina Marginata, a deadly lookalike. Contributed by Mushroom John.
Created by: Suntzu
Explosive fields in Central/West Florida
Found a whole patch of these babies, they're HUGE! (A. Muscaria)
Almost completely dried cyans, found in the wild. Under and alder. Decomposing alder wood, grass growing over.
2 fresh picked psilocybe semilanceata late october 2004 bucks uk