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Re: help!!!!!!!!!!!!
    #24513 - 07/17/00 01:46 AM (16 years, 3 months ago)

im not sure where this question belongs, and im not sure if it is even spoken in english. can you please be more specific. and if it was poisonous, that means you are growing poisonous shrooms.
im still kinda confused

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Re: help!!!!!!!!!!!!
    #24515 - 07/17/00 02:13 AM (16 years, 3 months ago)

You need to be very careful with wild-gathered spores. Yes, it is easy to grow Galerina either in a rose garden or even inside using Psilocybe growth paramaters. If you are collecting wild ones, check for blue bruising, purple/black spore print and a separable pellicle, if you find ALL THREE it is highly likely that you have a psilocybin/psilocin producing mushie. If you have someone available that can double check your research all the better.

It only takes a few Galerina to kill an average adult.

If you are collecting swipes, this can also be dangerous, I have seen both psilocybe and poisonous growing amongst each other and as spores tend to collect on top of the caps, is possible to get poisonous spores while you are after others.


[This message has been edited by resinthc (edited July 17, 2000).]

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Re: help!!!!!!!!!!!!
    #24516 - 07/17/00 06:31 AM (16 years, 3 months ago)

I think the question that this guy is trying to ask is: "Will mushrooms grown from spores be of the same species as the mushroom that the spore was obtained from?" If that is the question, then the answer is yes. The mushrooms grown from the spores will be of the same species and have the same characteristics as the mushroom that the spores were taken from.

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