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Found some, and I'm stuck!
    #2775393 - 06/08/04 07:01 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Ok heres the deal, I'm really interested in psychadellics and I've been anxious to get a hold of some mushrooms. I went and gathered around 100+ shrooms. I dont have a book to identify them, but I'm pretty sure I got some liberties and some other common lawn shrooms, I'm sure none of them actually contain psilocybin, but hey, I want to run some tests to find out.

If they bruise blue, they are most likely psilocybin, but still, they could be something else. I want to know how else I can test them, and also, can anyone identify these?

I live in maryland which is NE America. I have horses and plenty of land and pasture, I found most of these up in my lawn near my pool, and some in my horse field, but none of them were on horse shit.

Help will be appreciated.



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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: ]
    #2775404 - 06/08/04 07:07 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

those aren't liberty caps, wrong season.

read the  sticky thread , post a description and get some better pictures if you want to find out what they are.

Take a look at  Conocybe lactea , the habitat sounds right and those have the same general appearance, from what I can see anyway :smirk:...

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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: ]
    #2775406 - 06/08/04 07:08 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Before you go hunting, know what you are hunting for, and know when it is in season. it makes it alot easier. Also read about making sporeprints, because sproreprints are going to be your key to identifying psilocybian mushrooms.


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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: Rebirtha]
    #2775420 - 06/08/04 07:13 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Newbie Question :

How will spore prints help me identify psilocybian in my mushrooms?


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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: ]
    #2775431 - 06/08/04 07:17 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

there is no direct field test for the presence of psiloc(yb)in, you mentioned bluing in your post above, but there are many bolete mushrooms that blue and don't contain any psychoactive alkaloids, some can be toxic.

spore prints are necessary when you want to ID pretty much any mushroom, it helps in narrowing your ID down to a genus.

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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: ]
    #2775484 - 06/08/04 07:33 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Boletes have an amazing blue bruising reaction, but can be deadly. For a spore print, cut the stem off of the cap. Place the cap gills down on a piece white paper or mirror. Put jar over to stop spores from blowing away and let sit for 20 min-24 hours.


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    #2775689 - 06/08/04 08:53 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

the spore print helps determine what class they are most likely gonna be in for instance

my first color is gonna be white(which i advice to stay away unless youre a professional some are edible but none are trippy)most of these are deadly poisonous!!!!
REMEMBER THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE LIST THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF THEM.

amanita
cystolepiota
leppiota
macrolepiota
leucoagaricus
leucocoprinus
limacella
tricholomopsis
armillaria
mycena
megacollybia
oudemansiella
flammulina
tricholoma
lyophyllum
calocybe
melanoleuca
macrocystidia
cystoderma
collybia
marasmiellus
micromphale
marasmius
crinipellis
cystoderma
cantharellus< some of these if i can remember right are one of the tastest mushrooms around
hygrophorus
hygrocybe
laccaria
lentinellus
rickenella
omphalina
clitocybe
pseudoclitocybe
hygrophoropsis
omphalotus
asterophora
strobilurus
baeospora

sighs this is only the tip fo the ice berg

the ones you are looking for are ( im gonna cut out the brown and the orange shit) you gotta do that your self dude!

heres the black and purple

you know what this takes to much time lol the purple ones are in the faq just read the mother fucker!


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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: ]
    #2776071 - 06/08/04 11:12 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Those are either what DH said, or possibly Inky Caps. I read in your other thread that your mushrooms sort of liquified.


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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: ]
    #2776093 - 06/08/04 11:15 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

As far as I know, if you're in MD the only actives you'll find are pan subbs.


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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: NewfoundFreedom]
    #2776816 - 06/09/04 03:44 AM (12 years, 6 months ago)

I might be going out on a limb, but those kind of look like a coprinus species. Either way they are not active.


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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: Signo]
    #2777761 - 06/09/04 01:27 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Thanks for your help guys, I'm going to go on another hunt today.

I live near baltimore in a rural area that is mostly farming, cows live nearby, but its really sketchy to tresspass on their property, I own horses though, and I know only Panaeolus subbalteatus grows on horse manure, but is there any species that I should be looking for in particular? I dont have a book, and i really need to get one, my friend is an expert shroom hunter but he is away for the week, I just want to know what I should be looking for.

I'm basically trying to find some active mushrooms :p


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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: ]
    #2777925 - 06/09/04 02:52 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Panaeolus subbalteatus only grow sin horse manure mixed withg compost. it is not usually ever found growing directly from horse manure. Sometimes on rare ocassions one might find them in Cow manure. However the season in America is over for the summer months becasue it gets too hot. Your best bet for them is compost heaps and riding stables int he stable shavings.

Good luck.

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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: ]
    #2778148 - 06/09/04 04:14 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

I found a bunch that looked like those i my horse field but they did not bruise blue, they had a black ink that came from them when i tried to dry them and a black spore print.

Any ideas?


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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: Shroomy06]
    #2778179 - 06/09/04 04:27 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Black ink = Coprinus sp. Not active, not worth eating.


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Re: Found some, and I'm stuck! [Re: Gumby]
    #2779034 - 06/09/04 09:20 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Ditto on Gumby Dudes ID.

mj


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