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I dunno, but I'd be careful. I've read that they can be poisonous if you pick some that 'survive' a frost. It looks like many different mushrooms can technically survive the winter, even through snow and frost, but be careful! I'll ask a professor of mine what she thinks too.
There has yet to be any frost on the ground in South Carolina and I doubt there will be until late October, early November. The weather hasn't been rainy enough for mushrooms in my area lately but I was just wondering what the lowest (safe) temperature P. Cubensis would continue to grow at.