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Can anyone here tell me what to look for in the Texas and Gulf Coast strain found in Texas and where i can find them. I'm sure the ones that I'm finding now are of the Gulf Coast Strain, but am curious of what other Texas Shroomers may find.
Gulf coast is a location that includes parts of texas. Common sense would tell you that a mushroom found growing in Texas will not be the same as a mushroom growing in Florida, even if they both exist in the gulf coast and are the same species. Scientific knowledge would support that common sense assumption.
Names can have meaning. Gulf coast is where the gulf coast strain came from. Texas is where the texas strain came from. The two regions overlap. So you pick wild Gulf Coast-Texas strain, and each selection would have a number code. Gulf Coast Texas-1, and from that spore print, you would have 1a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,y,x,y,z,etc... representing each Dikaryon you isolated from that print.
Now if you think Gulf Coast Texas 1 a is the same as Gulf coast Florida 10z you probably think Everyone has as small a dick as you.