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The Pan. subbs are done until spring, haven't seen a sinlge on in the horse field in over a month now. The entire field was bush hoged(was getting a little thick) so there weren't any cubies out there, but the tree line was filled with Ps. semiglobata. The little suckers are hard as hell to pick, they're slimy as hell! Though they are not active, they are still cool little mushrooms, I print everyone I pick, I want every psilocybe possible in my collection, active or not :)
I also found a wild morning glory growing all over the edges of the field, very deep blue with purple streaks, very beautiful flower, but by the time I got home with the ones I picked, they were in no condition for photos :( They wilt so fast, and I didn't have my camera on me in the field.
Anyways, here are a couple pics from todays visit in the field...
Those are pretty nice looking, they remind me alot of the ps bohemica that anno (i think anyway) posted recently over in the mushroom pictures forum. Anyhow, they are tall fellows with beauty caps. Nice work lizard.
i found a shit load of those in a nearby horse field..not only are they hard to pick but you cant really even lay them down on anything or else they stick to whatever it is and when you pick them up they get all fucked up..
-------------------- suddenly a flaming stealth banana split the sky
like one would hope but never really expect
to see in a place like this.
Cutting right angle donuts on a dime
and stopping right at my Birkenstocks,
and me yelping...Holy fucking shit!