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Well I think I found my first pan subb's. I was working on a horse far and decided to take a stroll. Well I found the beauties in old horse/staw/grass in Maryland. What kind of punch do these little guys pack? And is there no blueing in most of these finds?
Well I dont have a scanner, but the only thing that is a little questionable is that the stems are kinda skinny, and I found them after a 3-4 days after a good rain and they where in a field withering away in the sun. Man I miss Hawaii the damn things are everywhere over there. If anyone is going over there I could make a detailed map of where to go.
Oh yeah, it is now too hot and late for Pn subbs. not till aughst or early september.
Hi, no need for a map.. Buy my book "Magic Mushrooms of the Hawaiian Islands, or read my articles on Hawaiian shrooms at my web-site.
However, contrary to what one may think, The pan subbs only grow in a few places in Hawaii and are otherwise extrmely rare thaeere.
What are commoon are five species of Copelandia which some people still call a panaeolus.
Kualoa Ranch by Chinamans Hat, kaaluu, Kuhuku on the North Shroe. I had a permit for 8 years which gave me access to every Ranch in the Hawaiian Islands including the Parker Ranch on the big Island, Makawao Rodeo Grounds and all of thepastures along Kula Highway goinfg up Maui to Ulapalakua Ranch.
I picked on hawaii, Kauai, maui and Oahu for eight years.
Chexk out my papers on Hawaii.
Have a shroomy day and may all of your days be shroomy.