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I live in Connecticut and (unfortunately) the only psychedelic/hallucinogenic mushroom species that grows here is Panaeolus Subbalteatus. I live in a suburb of Hartford and shrooms rarely can be bought in this town. But I'm interested in them because I've been wanting to "expand my mind" etc., etc.
My question is such: it's April, it's fairly warm (ranging between 50 and 80 degrees in the past couple weeks) and we've been getting lots of rain. Would Panaeolus Subbalteatus be growing in my area yet and if so, where could I find it? (I have a large forrested area in back of my house if that helps)