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Offlineel_duderino
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found some mushies, i think they're subs, ID would be nice:D
    #2791701 - 06/14/04 07:58 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Ok i went hunting today and found a few of these in one grassy spot under the shade of a fallen eucalypt tree. Sorry i dont have any shots of the habitat i forgot to pack my camera.

I'm really sure these are subs.
i had a really long description before but then explorer crashed on me and i can't be bothored re-typing it, so without further ado here are the pics:

spore print:


noticeable blueing


closeup of gills


nice nipples (also looks a bit like a connie from the top)


a cross section of the shrooms


to give an idea of the size:


closeup of the stem. Shows the fibre-like texture, some noticable blueing


a bunch of mushrooms on an a4 piece of paper (i found a fair few more)


Blech! The older mushrooms have a more chocolate brown underside. It looks pretty scungy and yucky, should i eat it?


I'm pretty certain they are subs but a second opinion always helps, cheers  :thumbup: :cool: :thumbup:


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Re: found some mushies, i think they're subs, ID would be ni [Re: el_duderino]
    #2791709 - 06/14/04 08:08 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

definately South Australian subaeruginosa nice find El Duderino! Im giving you 5  :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:


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Offlineel_duderino
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Re: found some mushies, i think they're subs, ID would be ni [Re: tryptonite]
    #2791729 - 06/14/04 08:41 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

hey cheers for the rating.
Yeah i forgot to mention that i found these in South Australia, down Fleurieu Peninsula way, in a eucalypt forrest right next to a pine forrest.


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Re: found some mushies, i think they're subs, ID would be ni [Re: el_duderino]
    #2792661 - 06/14/04 04:33 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Very Nice find! and nice pics too!! hope you enjoy.


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Re: found some mushies, i think they're subs, ID would be nice:D [Re: el_duderino]
    #2792875 - 06/14/04 06:01 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Definetly active Psilocybe's.

Bluemeanie could probably give you the exact species ID.


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Re: found some mushies, i think they're subs, ID would be nice:D [Re: el_duderino]
    #2793279 - 06/14/04 08:53 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Awesome pics there man!! Looks like you got some nice healthy subs there, except those last pics, don't eat them!! :P
Now, chop that mycelia off and put it in some woodchips!


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Re: found some mushies, i think they're subs, ID would be nice:D [Re: Merkin]
    #2793343 - 06/14/04 11:46 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

nice man, something to be proud of. and those last ones, go ahead eat them, wont hurt you if they are the same. might just have critters trying to munch on them. such as small worms.


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Re: found some mushies, i think they're subs, ID would be nice:D [Re: el_duderino]
    #2793376 - 06/15/04 12:08 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

nice shrooms.. and yeah the last ones look a bit off.. hopefully ull find some more :smile:


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