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Found so many incatives I was about to get mad and go home. There are some fresh subbs by the mastas' house, but I can't get to them now and by the time I do they'll be like these. P. campanulatus, and semiovatus by the dozens at different segments of the pasture - could have picked enough agaricus to choke a horse- also found one yellow fly (way out of season) that had its warts removed unproffesionally by the rain for the most part. Then some coprinicus and what I guessed to be a collybia. I'm gonna try to get the other subbs (dozen or maybe twqenty if I poke around tonight but it's so damn dark over there where the streetlight doesn't hit and a flashlight will get me shot for sure. Fisrt tiem I've ever been in a pasture with horses and they left me be even when I was standing beside them. Anyway- sure isn'tt anything to write home about, but it's what I've got for now. If I keep getting these aged ones it'll take a million of them cause their potency goes downhill in a hurry.
-------------------- Guts and danger, Airborne Ranger...
all mushrooms potency goes downhill fast, but for the subbs i have around here. they do not contain much psilocin. (woah i jus butcherd that word badly, i think? doesnt sound right to me.) but they shouldnt go downhill that fast. i dont see how it would matter. and already pan subbs are needed in large quanities. so whatever.