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Offlinewortels1985
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Dutch gymnopilus question:
    #1219719 - 01/15/03 04:03 AM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Hello!

In Holland, several gymnopilus species are said to be very common in the fall. I have a question about them, because I read that not all over the world gymnopilus mushrooms are psychoactive. How is that for the European ones? I hope someone knows more about this!

Thanks for helping me in advance!

Wortels


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Re: Dutch gymnopilus question: [Re: wortels1985]
    #1220113 - 01/15/03 07:11 AM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Mr_mushrooms is a pretty good source for information with Gymnopilus.

Not all gyms are active, but there is quite a large list to the genus which are.


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Re: Dutch gymnopilus question: [Re: wortels1985]
    #1220328 - 01/15/03 08:53 AM (13 years, 10 months ago)

There are 13 known species of actuve gymnopilus mushrooms worldwide.

for further info see http://www.mushroomjohn.com/species.html


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Re: Dutch gymnopilus question: [Re: angryshroom]
    #1224973 - 01/17/03 12:12 AM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Well, the species growing in Holland is g. junonius (or spectabilis) and these are said to be active (the well-known Big Laughing Gym :smirk:). My problem is, that there is this rumor that the activity varies on different places in the world. For example, western US-specimens are said to be non-active, while East US-specimens are said to be VERY active. European gyms are sometimes said to be non-active, but other sources say this is bullshit. I read a story about an Englishman who tripped very nice on just about 5 grammes...

So: what is true?? Maybe this would be also a relevant discussion for the rest of this forum!

thanks,

wortels 


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