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hey folks, I seem to have found myself in australia (tasmania for a few more days, then off to victoria, then who knows where...) and was wondering if mushies grow around these parts around this time of year? back where I live I'm apparently missing out on the action (strange weather this year), but I thought, hey it's fairly wet and chilly why not give it a shot? anyway any help is much appreciated as previous hikes have left me with nothing but leaches and a sunburn, whell the view is nice anyway. thanks
Hello! Ps.Subaeruginosa is the main mushroom that you may chance upon, but its usually a autumn species. In tasmania due to the conditions this may not be the case. A few different possibilities there - all Subaeruginosa variants. Its a woodloving species found in decaying woods, fern mulch and the like.
thanks, I doubt conditions are right, probably requires a colder shock. went out on a helicopter tour today, but the fellow said I couldn't go out into the bush 'cause people get lost once they loose sight of the trail (pretty fast). maby I'll plan my next trip to this part of the world when the season is better. -thanks again