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Oh yes, it was I who posted the maps to the Mexican mushrooms at both Drool Donkey and at Spirit Plants.
Drool Donkey as you know folded into oblivion and Spiritplants has removed their mushroom ID section and gallery section and never returned them. I originally donated over 20 species of psyuchoactive mushroom images to them in a beautiful format and they never put iot back up as promised.
I really do not have time to resend all of thoise images so I do not know what else to say. AM busy rewriting two books which were sabotaged off of my computer while I was in Se Asia.
Sorry to hear about that MJ. I remember when you first showed up to the Shroomery; you brought lots of great info and energy with you, if I remember correctly lots of details were fixed and added all over the Shroomery. Thank you for your efforts both here and in the world of ethnomycology!!
i have the maps somewhere, btw i can tell you where to go to find mushies...
around toluca you can find caerulescens and cubensis, in the state of colima, on the slopes of colima volcan mexicana, cubensis and copelandia cyanescens.
In huautla de Jimenez, in oaxaca state: caerulescens (2 kinds), p. hoogshageenii, p. cubensis.
in san jos? del pacifico p. zapotecorum, p. caerulescens, cubensis.
around the popocatepetl volcan, in the estado de mexico, caerulescens, aztecorums, cubensis....
anyway ... you can find mushrooms in all the south of mexico.