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I've searched through a lot of the mushroom hunting posts to find actives that were found in Rhode Island and the only two actives in the area are gymnopilus spectabilis and p. subs. I was wondering when gyms are in season. It seems that the people who have found them in RI have found them in the late summer and early fall, but will they be out in early summer? I've been planning on going out searching after the next rainfall, but I'm not going to bother if they're not even in season.
As for finding p. subs, is there much of a chance in this area? There are only a few small farms around here and I don't really want to go asking farmers if I can use their land to find mushrooms if the chances of finding them are slim to none.
Also, in the mushroom hunting section of the site Rhode Island is not listed to have any actives when there have been gymnopilus spectabilis finds in RI on this board. Is it possible for that to be updated? I have a feeling people on the shroomery in RI who look in that state listing guide see there is nothing listed in RI so they assume there is nothing here besides p. subs.
Thanks, and happy hunting.
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