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Indiana/Michigan mushrooms?
    #309727 - 05/05/01 02:57 AM (15 years, 11 months ago)

Are there any psilo species especially abundant in northern Indiana/southern Michigan? Right now it's mushroom madness around here with the morells (which are very very tasty) in season, I was wondering if there are other mushrooms I should be on the lookout for when looking for morels, so I don't accidently pick psilos and eat them, as that's illegal and will kill you or drive you crazy and you'll end up in an asylum with your eyes poked out because you thought they were spiders in league with Dr. Laura. Thank you.

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Re: Indiana/Michigan mushrooms? [Re: Weardo]
    #313488 - 05/09/01 11:09 PM (15 years, 11 months ago)

i would also like to be warned of any dangerous poisen shrooms in this area.


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Re: Indiana/Michigan mushrooms? [Re: Weardo]
    #313608 - 05/10/01 01:17 AM (15 years, 11 months ago)

Hey weardo,

There is a listing of psychoactive mushrooms for your state located here at the shroomerys general info section at the bottom called Mapping the Mycelial Network.

The listing for the state of Michigan is quite impressive. Though I suspect that most of those species were found in northern Michigan..

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Re: Indiana/Michigan mushrooms? [Re: GGreatOne234]
    #313864 - 05/10/01 11:57 AM (15 years, 11 months ago)

Yeah, liberty caps and such probably won't be found in lowere Michigan or the Indiana area. They like the Northern temperate climate. I know it's only a few hundred miles, but isn't N and S Michigan comparatively different country? I've never been there so........Anyway, I'd be searching for Panaeolus subbalteatus this time of year, if I were you. You'll find them in rotten haystacks that have been composting over-winter( not only on the base or pertruding, but also dig in the hay-they could be there also!) and horse and cow dung in fields. Maybe, to a lesser degree of course, in fertilized lawns.
I'm from Missouri, and every year I looked for Psilocybe coprophila in cow dung. You know, I never found a single one. I now know that Ps. coprophila doesn't contain any useful alkaloids, so I wasted many a year hunting those instead of the "weed" or "girdled panaeolus" mushroom!
I now live in the PNW and almost any time of year there's a magical mushroom to be picked, so I'm content. Actually Michigan has quite afew magical ones, also! I'm not positive, but isn't there a good chance that Ps. quebecensis grows in Michigan? MJ would be so much more helpful than myself as well as GGreatone234 on this subject and the info about Pan subbs stems from what I've read from the two of them. So, I'm just passing it on and trying to be helpful to you.
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Re: Indiana/Michigan mushrooms? [Re: Levi7]
    #313867 - 05/10/01 12:01 PM (15 years, 11 months ago)

I must add one more thing. I'd love to have some of those morels you speak of. They're my favorite! That's one mushroom I've yet to find since my move. Help me out, man!
Stay cool!-Levi7.

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