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But since you asked nicely and your state is not listed in the FAQ I will try to help.
You are unlikely to find actives in the forests of Connecticut. Pan subbs can be found in your state on horse dung and rotting hay bails, but not in the forest. There is a chance that you could find some active Gymnopilus species there. Check on rotting logs. If you just like mushrooms then I'm sure you will find lots of edibles, but if you want active mushrooms and you live in Connecticut, you will probably have better success growing them.