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Hard to grow species.
    #315987 - 05/13/01 12:26 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)

I was reading about all the shrooms that one can buy fresh in Amsterdam smart shops. Lib caps, and azures were on that list. So Im wondering, does anyone know anything concrete about this?



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Re: Hard to grow species. [Re: psylohassee]
    #316095 - 05/13/01 06:34 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)

We repeatedly have found Amsterdam smartshops to be selling fresh Psilocybe cubensis under names as mexicana, semilanceata and azurescens. In general, the owners (and staff) of smartshops know very little about different species and sell them under the name that as they were sold to them. Dried you may be able to find semilanceata...



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Re: Hard to grow species. [Re: Una]
    #316585 - 05/14/01 12:10 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)

Yeah, I know of a couple people getting burned buying azures, but i was being an optimist. Thanks for the info.



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Re: Hard to grow species. [Re: psylohassee]
    #326040 - 05/26/01 05:10 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)

Yeah when i was in Amsterdamn a while ago I bought a print psilocyb cubeneis(equador) after growing it several times I wasnt sure by all the pictures and info around that its the eq strain never certain, nonthe less its agood strain whateve rit is cosistently fruits large fruits but not abundantly.
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