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Hey i was wondering if anybody had any luck finding baeos this past season? I found libs and plenty of cyans, but no baeos. Seems like they are pretty rare; but then again maybe its just me. If anybody has any pics I would love to see them. Thanks.
I do fouond five specimens this year on a blue ringer lawn. They were once very rare and then from 1977 through 1986 they were all over the city in both lawns and in woodchips.
I had one baeo lawn from 1997-2002. Took the hawkseye there in 1999- 0r 2000. They come and go. They are actually a pasture mushroom which are very rare int he pasture, as are P. sierrae and P. fimetaria.
I know Cardboard found a bunch a year or so ago in a blue ringer lawn in Bellingham. he posted some cool pictures here at the shroomery. You wold have to look for them. I have pictures also at my site.
Here is one such image for your enjoyement of thinking about them.
Thanks for your replies guys. I guess it isn't just me after all. Mj your website has alot of bad ass photos, and information. I never even knew it existed. Now I've got another website to explore; hell ya. Baeos are such a cool looking shroom, especially the unusual looking caps. Can't wait to find my first patch, hopefully next year. Peace.