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Panaeolus Subbalteatus
    #311377 - 05/07/01 03:54 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Does anybody have any info or experience with Panaeolus Subbalteatus?
Cause I found some here in Hawaii growing at my school. Thanks 4 any info.

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Re: Panaeolus Subbalteatus [Re: 808shroom]
    #311906 - 05/08/01 12:53 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Yeah those are decent if you're (1) sure of your ID & (2) gag down enough of them. Weak to moderate potency, flavor not terrible but just kinda foul in the quantity required (plus the caps chew up mushy-gross & the stringy stems get stuck between your teeth), 20-30 average size specimens should be about right.

They're pretty speedy in low doses--good for being physically active outdoors, playing frisbee or something--& can get seriously psychedelic at higher levels, say 60-100 specimens.

But if you live in Hawaii you should be looking for Copelandias which are WAY kickass stronger. They look like similar dung-growing Panaeolus but stain blue real fast with handling.

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Re: Panaeolus Subbalteatus [Re: Woodsman]
    #312149 - 05/08/01 10:17 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Panaeolus subbalteatus is just as potent by weight as Psilocybe cubensis.

Three to five grams of dried material or one fresh ounce of mushrooms. A tea is compatible for their acrid stringy tatse.

And THis species also grows in Manure at the 3000 meter level on Maui near Poli Poli road. It is the only place in the world where I have found them to be constantly growing from manure rather than from hay or compost heaps.

ANd of course as woodsman mentioned Copelandia species are common in dung in tropical and subtropical climates.

The Panaeolus subs are common right now around Corvalis, Oregon and the Willamette Valley in Hay left out all winter to compost.


Have a shroomy day and may all of your days be shroomy.

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