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Climbed over a bridge and found a few copes, about six all about one hundred feet apart. Then two kids on bikes show up and start tail-gating me all over the field. I then see this giant friggin cube and next to it on each side was a Panaeolus papilionaceus and on the other side a Copelandia cyanescens. The kid was siting in front of the cube as I was trying to take a picture so they all wanted thier images taken withthe giant hed keekwai. I did photograph a picture withthe two other shrooms on the top but for a later dae.
Here is but one of many shots I took of this shroom. Later I will post the one with the two other shrooms on top of th cap and a few more of the shroom helping children
In the lab we use dry weight to determine chemical analytical results based on dried grams. Not fresh weight5s. We know what a dried shroom would weight whenit is fresh frmthe dried weight.
I have no way to carry a large electronic scale into a monsoon region. WE get monsoon rains usually every day. They are not easy to go anywhere once they start until they pass by after three or four hours. hey come int he day and sometimes int he night.,
Re: EXCLUSIVE:BIG FRIGGIN CUBIE AND THE KID [Re: mjshroomer] #2810753 - 06/20/04 10:30 AM (14 years, 21 hours ago)