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Cubensis in Central Texas
    #3324286 - 11/05/04 01:46 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

Been huntin around here in central texas for a while without any real finds, until 2 days ago when a friend suggested that we search the cow fields that bordered his property. We searched almost the whole field with no luck until we finally came across 3 decent sized cubes. I want to go check the area again today but temps are: low 40, high around 70, is this too cold?


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Re: Cubensis in Central Texas [Re: Shrum821]
    #3324295 - 11/05/04 01:48 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

The cool temps will definately slow them down. I'd pick all you can right now because the season is about over.


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Re: Cubensis in Central Texas [Re: Shrum821]
    #3325225 - 11/05/04 06:12 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

Perhaps with the Midwest finds
of cubes recently (as well as
Copes in OK), there is evidence
mounting of a cube strain existing
in more temperate climates and
fruiting prior to the winter freeze.

Perhaps cubes and copes (all fungi
for that matter) have a sentience we
are unaware of. If this is the case, they
may be a predictor for mass environmental
destruction (hurricanes on the East and
Gulf coasts for example), and are simply
finding a new environment to adapt to as
self preservation.

Nomadette and I found a new cube patch today (in Kansas),
and the original we found is squeaking out another flush.

Namaste,

Peaceful Nomad


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