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Well, the title just about sums it up. I've been cyan hunting four times since November and I'd like to give it one more try sometime this week. Does anybody know if they can still be found this late in the season in the bay, particularly the Mt. Tamalpais area or G.G.P.? I was hunting on Mt. Tamalpais last week but didn't find any cyans. I think I was looking in the wrong areas? I was pretty high up the mountain and I read that it's best to look near the bottom where the forest meets the coastline. Can someone tell me if that statement is true? I've put so many damn miles on my car driving back and forth to the bay and still haven't found a thing. Any help would be awesome!
Its over for the years. And your chances of ever fining them int he forest areas are about 100,000,000 to one. They thrive in man made environments, gardens in Parks in gardens around office buildings, and restaurants, usually in associationwith alder and willow bark mixed and in woodchips associated with rhoderdendrons, verbeenas, strawberry plants, fresh ivy between one to three yers old.
Season is form late fall through December or until the frost. The san franciscon ones have been seen in the first couple weeks of Jauary, again depending ont he weather.