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Hi, I was wondering if anyone could tell me if I had a chance of finding amanitas in my area this time of year. I live in Eugene, Oregon. If anyone has any tips as to where to look, or if it is even worth looking at this time of year I'd be very grateful. I am really interested in seeing what this mushroom has to offer.
They're up. Just walk around residential areas & look under pine, spruce, & birch for the big red mushrooms w/ white warts. Or get out to the coast & check the scrub pine areas of the dunes--LOTS of 'em out there.
hope its not too late, but astoria has a shitload! fort stevens state park has thoulsands, and they are prolific on the eastern side of astoria. I can picture a certain patch now, probably fifty growing around a single pine tree. They have a close association with the pine trees in the area.
-------------------- if the sign says dont pick the mushrooms, you should probably pick them