Welcome to the Shroomery Message Board! You are experiencing a small sample of what the site has to offer. Please login or register to post messages and view our exclusive members-only content. You'll gain access to additional forums, file attachments, board customizations, encrypted private messages, and much more!
Let me apologize but I have had to use just a disposable camera recently. Anyways, I want to say that I have been avidly seeking fungus of all types and journeying out in the region of W. Central FL. As I approached the first find, I turned to the left and wham. I was so tripped out by this find. I told some friends because I was so excited. Found about 3 very small (but not pinners, just small full grown) and about 3 medium-small sized Cubensis in a sodded field. I know there was dung present but as you can sort of tell in the shitty photograph that the dung was not the direct substrate.
I was very amazed and they were strongly bluing at the base of the stem. They were all definitely cubensis and not any other strange specie like mammillata or tampanensis (which we will have more on these later i am sure). ALSO== big hurricane approaches. Hopefully some new fungus also.
Peace and love to the shroomery board. Be safe MJSHROOMER while in Asia and much love to the floridians also. Haven't seen any more active unnamed pan's not since may-june.
Notice the surrounding terrain as being strictly non-residential public space with the buildings and sidewalk. I again apologize for the photo quality.