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P. weilii habitat
    #3600027 - 01/08/05 08:39 PM (13 years, 13 days ago)

I live near Atlanta, GA and I am very excited about searching for this "new" shroom in my area. I have found several good pics on the net, but nothing regarding habitat. Can you guide me in the right diretion? Does weilii prefer lawns, pastures, open fields, hardwood forest, pine forest, suburban woodlots, sandy soil, or what? Is manure a requirement as with other types? Maybe loamy, forest-floor compost? Any info would be greatly appreciated. Or if an experienced shroomer lives nearby, perhaps a field "trip"?


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Re: P. weilii habitat [Re: scooterpop]
    #3600205 - 01/08/05 09:24 PM (13 years, 13 days ago)

Do a search of this forum. I know that I, LizardKing, and others have outlined the habitat quite extensivly before.


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Re: P. weilii habitat [Re: Gumby]
    #3600565 - 01/08/05 11:16 PM (13 years, 13 days ago)

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Does weilii prefer lawns



yes
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pastures, open fields, hardwood forest



probably not.. Maybe in hardwood forests
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pine forest



from what I hear pine forests are good places to search for 'wild weilii' .. the reports are so few though
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suburban woodlots, sandy soil, or what



more like ANY place within the growth parameters of the species. Which might include characteristics such as newly turned soil 2-15 years old
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Is manure a requirement as with other types? Maybe loamy, forest-floor compost?



no it is not required.. Forest floor compost is what they grow on in the wild.. Most weilii you will find will be of a different variety.

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Or if an experienced shroomer lives nearby, perhaps a field "trip"?






take gumbys advice and do a search ,


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