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Hey I'm from the dunes area of Indiana and about a week ago a friend and I ventured into a field rumored to have some goodies in it. Well I t had rained the past three days just got done storming and became very verry humid. It was about one in the morning when we ventured out. I had looked before only finding black and grayish panaelous papilioaceus but was to scared to eat them.
Upon arriving to the field I jumped the fence and landed in a pile of shit/hay. You know the stuff the farmers just push to the side. Any way I shined my light around mumbling how I hoped to find something when BOW!! there they were. About a hundred shrooms running down the fence line growing from they hay/shit mixture. These were not your ordinary shrooms. They had bluish caps with gold spots in the center ranging from half an inch to three or four inches and a thin white stem about two and a half inches long. They had veils some broken. Needless to say I was so excited I did something dumb and ate about five straight off the shit. About Twenty minutes later we left the feild I started to feel weird. When we got to the car I was tripping no dout about it. I told my other friend about it and they went back the next night. He said he and a few friends ate a bunch they picked that night and didn't trip but that was probably because they sat in the hot sun all day(they were dead and all blue). What I am wondering is if anyone else ever found these or possibly tell me what they are my guess is sub-cubensis??!!!!!!!!
They were not Panaolus subbalteatus becaue the stems are reddish-brown on Pn. subbalteatus and they werent P. cuubensis or P. subcubensis. Most likely were Panaeolus or Coprinus. Be careful what you eat my friend. The Pn. subs come back in September before the fall cold hits us.
have a shroomy day,
Have a shroomy day and may all of your days be shroomy.