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Hi mjshroomer, thanks for your book and all the info that you freely offer on the net.
I live in Australia and the picking season has arrived so I'm eager to get detailed descriptions of P. Australiana, P. eucalypta and P. tasmaniana. Would you be able to give me some identification information about these species or maybe point me in the right direction.
Hi, there are some pictures currently posted at my website in the field Identification Shroom Guide in the index.
Here is the URL.
I am currently adding a total of fifteen hundred psilocybian mushroom pictures to this guide so right now there are only a few of thoise species you are asking about posted at my site.
I am not sure if I filled out the descriptions yet for those three. Maybe later today.
Right now I am making the pages for Psilocybe azurescens and then the Amanitas and then P. baeocystis, P. Four Copelandia species and then P. cubensis.
Then I will have time to finsh the guides descriptions.
So after this morning I will check out the sites for those 4 australian species.
They are common in woodchips and mulch in gardens, preferably eucalyptus mulch. Check up Mt. WIlson and remember they look like baby Psilocybe cyanescens.
Have a shroomy day and may all of your days be shroomy.