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I was wondering, because of recent weather, is it possible that some mushrooms have changed thier location of growth I.E. you'll find more P. cubinesis in the north eastern part of the country. I was wondering this because my friend said he found a Cubby in Maryland, and they arnt native to that state. Thanks for any info on this matter in advance. Also i was wondering about Pan subs, has anyone been spoting any recently or is the weather too hot for them in the north east.