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I am a bit worried that this post will be locked and I will have my arse kicked because I am really trying the "which mushroom grows in my area" thing on you. Thanks for putting up with my ignorance. The few active mushrooms in my guide to North American mushrooms puts many of the mushrooms in which I am interested in the Rockies and "east of the Great Plains." I have been trawling through a list of 400 or so prairie mushrooms and haven't found one active one. My question: Do pansubbs grow on the prairies? What about liberty caps? In my life I have seen my fair share of cowcrap, both fresh and cured, and I can't ever recall seeing mushrooms growing out of it. If mushrooms had grown in Buffalo dung, the native North Americans would have been familiar with them, one would think. Wallace
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They can take it- they are cosmopolitan and grow in every state. They rarely ever grow directly from dung and can be found in rotting hay/grass and mixed stable shavings. Enjoy! You live in a beautiful place.
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