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I have been watching the cow fields for a month waiting for the cubensis. Nothing.....This week it cooled down to 29 degrees celcius(about 82) for a daytime high. Today the rain subsided at noon, after a very hard 24 hours. By 3 it was partly sunny and cool. I went out and low and behold, the very first pile of dung had dozens of tiny little mushrooms not more than a quarter of an inch tall with caps a tenth of an inch wide. Considering all the cow dung there there must be millions of those things. Is this a good sign? What am I seeing? I have been assurred the cubensis thrives here......Thanks