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I've gotten interested in mushroom hunting, but I noticed that there are no species of mushrooms listed for Connecticut, U.S. Does anyone have any good links to where I can find a list of active mushrooms that grow wild in Connecticut, or am I pretty much out of luck?
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Probably not the best place to find actives, though i'm sure you have tons of edibles and other cool ones. I bet though that Panoleus subbalteatus grows up there. And you might even find libs as you move further north.
good luck - find something good and they can change the faq
I've got the same problem, I've looked up Panaeolus subbalteatus on wikipedia/erowid/what not, and i've read it grows in the northwest, northeast, eastcost, etc. soooo its not very clear.... however, the states that it grows in (massachusetts, new york,) seem like a decent indication that you may find Panaeolus subbalteatus mushrooms. Anyway check a stable,