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I searched this site and i know maryland seems to have only the subbaltus(SP?), but from the pictures ive looked at of liberty caps these strike an amazing resemblace to some of the immature Liberty Caps in the pics form this site. a. Habitat- Northern MD (10 minuites from PA), my friends yard. b. Gills-Extend upwards on the inside of the cap to the apex. Like a partially opened umbrella. c. Caps-usually not any bigger then a thumbnail d. Stem-White, fall apart when handled harder then lightly, when very dry they are thin as string e. Cap Char.-Yellowish Brown, sometimes a SLIGHT nipple on the tops of the bigger ones. f. Spore Print-Brown g. Bluing-None h. Smell-None distinguishable
Sorry to stray from the topic, but i went hunting again today for about 6 hours, 3 cowfields and an old mushrooom house. nothing. someone please tell me if hunting in MD is gonna get me anywhere besides pissed off or shot by someones grandma, i mean its fun trying, but not if i KNOW i cant find anything active.
I dont know all my state two letter codes but I think MD is maryland. If so you are not going to find any actives in cow fields. Maybe pan subbs but you I think you find those in horse pastures with hay mixed with manure. You will not fijnd any cubensis. Sorry to bring the bad news.