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I've seen all kinds of charts and stuff... but none of them say anything about new hampshire. I've searched the forums... but im wondering if anyone would happen to know any species of psychoactive mushrooms that would grow in the southeastern area of NH?
Quote: Throughout the United States and Canada the species Panaeolus subbalteatus grows. Rather than create entries for states and provinces which would then have nothing else listed, it is probably a good assumption that this mushroom grows in those states and provinces not listed. Similarly, if it is not listed for a state or province, mentally add it.
I also would not be surprised if some of the Gymnopilus species were to be found there. If you find anything, report it so that the FAQ can be updated.
Psilocybe graveolens see what u can find on those.. off hand i think i remember those growing in that area of the country
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