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Okay, here is another pic from my glorious stunzii/baeo spot. This spot is a gnarl bag for sure, i cant even come close to keeping up with the fruits. This picture shows a main colony of stunzii in the way background with 2 twin clusters right in front of the main colony protecting it from the advancing galerina army.
Next we have a quick pic i snapped of a cool new patch of cyans i stumbled apon yesterday. Notice the greenish color that some of the shrooms have developed, this is caused from being halfway dried out from a lack of moisture as well as oxidation from the first frost we recently got up here in skagit county. RAWWK!!
These cyans have been very bountiful this year. I have been finding them all over the place, i have found them at work, found them on mtn bike rides, have some growing in my yard, have them drying all over the house. Its highly dubious, i am looking forward to the snowsleding season to begin so i can finally relax and stop looking, of course i will prolly find a huge patch up on a chairlift pole or something.