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I was just wondering,do you often find inactives growing right along with copes?I seem too all the time.I allways thought the mycelium or different types of mushrooms would not do well together,yet i find them together all the time in a field I hunt in...I also notice theres ussually black ants in the paddys with copies on them...perhaps something attracts them to these particualr pattys?
I find inactives in the same fields with actives. I can't really remember how close they were to each other, I just didn't pick the inactives. It could be just me, but I would usually find actives on the warmer days. The weather would fluxuate, I'd find some inactives for a bit. Then it would warm up and rain and I would find abundant amounts of actives. I am really excited to see what I find in the coming weeks as it gets warmer!
So i guess it occurs way more often than one would think,lol...I guess some mushrooms can live peacefully with each other.Today I took the ones i normally leave as inactives along with my copes and baged em seperate and i found 2 extra copes that i would have passed by as inactives had i not picked em up...Im printing some of them too because they appear like they might be pan subs=)