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A friend found a Pluteus salicinus
    #20510350 - 09/02/14 03:40 PM (3 years, 20 days ago)

One beautiful specimen of Pluteus salicinus collected by "Taiga", a fellow Swede. :smile:

The last photo shows P. salicinus (left) and one/two other Pluteus species together.



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Re: A friend found a Pluteus salicinus [Re: knarkkorven]
    #20510807 - 09/02/14 05:55 PM (3 years, 20 days ago)

Where's the blueing


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Re: A friend found a Pluteus salicinus [Re: Goldberg]
    #20510966 - 09/02/14 06:35 PM (3 years, 20 days ago)

Yea nice knarkkoven :smile: :awedance:
Weren't you just saying you really were on a mission to find these by you?

Fucking cool colors.

It's weird how subtle they bruise sometimes.

The rank fishy smell gives away their secret quite often.

Happy hunting bro:leafromp:


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Re: A friend found a Pluteus salicinus [Re: rhizoRider]
    #20514071 - 09/03/14 01:57 PM (3 years, 19 days ago)

Goldberg: There's two types of Pluteus salicinus: One blueing with some psilocin in it, and one without blueing/greening which contains a high percentage of psilocybin (source: Jochen Gartz.


rhizoRider: I have found P. salicinus once, and I've been hunting many times since then in the right habitats without finding any more! Like today... Lots of Pluteus cervinus but no salicinus. It's so rare that I wanted to show you guys some photos, even though it wasn't me who found it.

I continue wishing that I find some before the winter. :smile:


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Re: A friend found a Pluteus salicinus [Re: knarkkorven]
    #20515297 - 09/03/14 06:29 PM (3 years, 19 days ago)

Good vibes your way brotha :smile:
:cheers: to finding a friend who found em.
They must be waiting to make your day epic :bigyesnod:


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Re: A friend found a Pluteus salicinus [Re: knarkkorven]
    #20515431 - 09/03/14 06:59 PM (3 years, 19 days ago)

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knarkkorven said:
Goldberg: There's two types of Pluteus salicinus: One blueing with some psilocin in it, and one without blueing/greening which contains a high percentage of psilocybin (source: Jochen Gartz.




Whoa you just blew my mind. I knew about the bluing psilocin variety but I had no idea there was a salicinus containing high amounts of psilocybin and no psilocin, is this a European variety? Seems that the salicinus here in the US bruise blue.


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Re: A friend found a Pluteus salicinus [Re: knarkkorven]
    #20515670 - 09/03/14 07:48 PM (3 years, 19 days ago)

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I continue wishing that I find some before the winter. :smile:




I second that! I've never found P. salicinus myself, although it is reported as being
frequent to common in my area. Last night I was out hunting chanterelles with a
torch, my heart skipped a beat as I saw two greyish mushrooms growing from a rotten
log - only to close in and find it being the oh-so-usual Mycena galericulata.

Oh well, maybe next time then...


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Re: A friend found a Pluteus salicinus [Re: Anglerfish]
    #20519405 - 09/04/14 03:59 PM (3 years, 18 days ago)

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is this a European variety? Seems that the salicinus here in the US bruise blue.




If I understood one of the recent discussions on this forum correct, P. salicinus is only found in Europe and the thought-to-be-salicinus in North America is some other close related species (correct me if I am wrong)


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Re: A friend found a Pluteus salicinus [Re: knarkkorven]
    #20519828 - 09/04/14 05:49 PM (3 years, 18 days ago)

I don't think you're wrong...

...However if a species only needs to be described to exist, I think Salicinus var. americana, and var. achloes  have been described. So until somebody takes the time to publish works that re-assign these species, they will remain as varieties, and thus varieties of salicinus do exist in america at present.

If someone has access to JSTOR, maybe you can pull more stuff about these two varieties than I can.

http://plants.jstor.org/specimen/f0003924c

From Mushroomexpert:

"Several varieties of Pluteus salicinus have been described, including Pluteus salicinus var. achloes, which does not stain blue according to Singer (1956), but does according to Smith, Smith & Weber (1979)."

If anyone ever goes to a herbarium to study either of these varieties, please take the time to post the microscopy for the rest of the hive!


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Re: A friend found a Pluteus salicinus [Re: Roger Wilco]
    #20520495 - 09/04/14 08:03 PM (3 years, 18 days ago)

Let's not forget pluteus cyanopus


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