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Mushrooms found in Southeast US
    #572712 - 03/07/02 07:19 PM (15 years, 9 months ago)

Alright folks, I've seen tons of individual posts about this area, so heres what can be found in the area, where to find it, and what time of year to find it... finding pictures and descriptions is up to you(the reader)... You have to do your part too :wink:. I live in Georgia, so I know the most about Georgia mushrooms. Feel free to add *accurate* information.

For more information on these mushrooms I reccomend that you visit the Grow/Find section here at the Shroomery, or go to www.erowid.org

Something to take note of: If it grows on manure, chances are it will grow any where in the field, not just directly from the mauner.

If you are feeling generous enough to post pictures, go for it :smile:. Just make sure to label your pictures accurately.

When hunting, keep in mind that the farther north you are, the harder it is going to be to find mushrooms(well, north of say... Atlanta).


Georgia:

Species: Panaeolus subbalteaus.
Where: Found growing from hay, horse manure, grass compost piles, and sometimes on cow manure. Found all over the state.
When: From Spring to Fall

Species: Psilocybe cubensis.
Where: Cow manure, sometimes Horse manure. South of Macon, east of Agusta- rare elsewhere.
When: Late spring though early fall

Species: Copelandia/Panaeouls cyanescens
Where: Cow/horse manure. Extreme southern Georiga
When: During summer months, when temps are 80s-100s during the day

Species: Psilocybe weilii
Where: Found growing from red clay/dirt, in areas where the soil has been disturbed within the past 5-6 years, esp. in newer neighborhoods. Found North of Atlanta
When: Summer months, temps upper 70s-90s
Other: Little is known about the habitat of this mushroom. It was recently discovered in 1995 in Cherokee County. This mushroom has only been found in Georiga. This mushroom is considered rare.

Speices: Gymnopilus spectabilis
Where: Growing on moist decaying wood
When: Fall though spring


Florida:

Species: Panaeolus subbalteaus.
Where: Found growing from hay, horse manure, grass compost piles, and sometimes on cow manure. Found all over the state.
When: From Spring to Fall, year-round in the south.

Species: Psilocybe cubensis.
Where: Cow manure, sometimes Horse manure.
When: Late spring though early fall, year-round in the south.

Species: Copelandia/Panaeouls cyanescens
Where: Cow/horse manure.
When: During summer months, when temps are 80s-100s during the day. Year-round in the south.

Speices: Gymnopilus spectabilis
Where: Growing on moist decaying wood
When: Fall though spring

Alabama:

Same species as Georgia, except for P. weilii

Lousiana:

Same species as Georgia, except for P. weilii

Mississippi

Same species as Georgia, except for P. weilii

South Carolina:

Species: Panaeolus subbalteaus.
Where: Found growing from hay, horse manure, grass compost piles, and sometimes on cow manure. Found all over the state.
When: From Spring to Fall

Species: Psilocybe cubensis.
Where: Cow manure, sometimes Horse manure. May be rare in SC, found in southern portions of the state only.
When: Late spring though early fall

Speices: Gymnopilus spectabilis
Where: Growing on moist decaying wood
When: Fall though spring

North Carolina:

Species: Panaeolus subbalteaus.
Where: Found growing from hay, horse manure, grass compost piles, and sometimes on cow manure. Found all over the state.
When: From Spring to Fall

Speices: Gymnopilus spectabilis
Where: Growing on moist decaying wood
When: Fall though spring

Tennessee:
Same as North Carolina


There are a few species that I have not included in this list because they are either a very rare occurance or they are hard to identify(some speices of Panaeolus).

Good luck hunting.

Peace out,
-Gumby 


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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: ]
    #572814 - 03/07/02 09:11 PM (15 years, 9 months ago)

Tampensis is one of those mushrooms that I didn't mention because its not all that common. If you want info on tampensis ask GG, I'm sure he knows about them... but hes kinda in Hong Kong right now.

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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: Gumby]
    #573087 - 03/08/02 01:53 AM (15 years, 9 months ago)

Very Good Post !!!!

It's snowing in Seattle....so much for an early season.

Pout


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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: Gumby]
    #573233 - 03/08/02 07:45 AM (15 years, 9 months ago)

hehehe  you have a lot more work a head of you on this :smile:

lol

P.tampa was found one once in brandon fl steven pollock rip
andonly found one single specimen
-also is listed found in mississippi..but i dont know why

keep shroomin
g


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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: Gumby]
    #593176 - 03/29/02 10:29 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

What part of Georgia do you live in, i also live here, maybe you could give me info on a few good feilds? Ive been to statesburro, and Riceburg and found a few good ones, i live close to Savannah.


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    #593297 - 03/30/02 01:45 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

oh noo..statesborough....Thats the fucking worst place on the face of the earth to do anything illegal...Stay away from that place!!!

That entire City is a fucking scam


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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: Gumby]
    #593477 - 03/30/02 09:13 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Why do you say statesborro is a scam? Just want to know.


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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: Gumby]
    #593691 - 03/30/02 03:02 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

awesome thread man-- i will be hunting in North Mississippi starting a few months from now.. i expect to find lots of cubies-- its so humid down here.

thx again!


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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: Gumby]
    #603566 - 04/09/02 07:37 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Just bumping this post up to the top of the list, I've seen lots of questions concerning this area.


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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: Anonymous]
    #604372 - 04/10/02 03:48 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

I am not 100% sure that they are found there, but they are a pretty widely distributed mushroom, and I don't see why not(they're found in Florida, almost identical climate). Gyms are a fairly common mushroom in the fall when its starting to get cold.

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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: Gumby]
    #604965 - 04/11/02 04:34 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

I had a dream last night i found spectabilis in florida.
-Never have found them there yet though.

Gymnopilus luteofolius fruits year 'round.


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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: Gumby]
    #646100 - 05/26/02 01:21 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Bumping again... seeing more posts about this area.


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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: Anonymous]
    #647114 - 05/27/02 05:31 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Urbanator,

I have never found Amanita muscaria "Fly Agaric".

I live on the southwest coast of florida.

I have heard of them growing along the panhandle of florida,
Most notably Pensacola. Jacksonville also though.

They also are said to grow wild in Texas.

So, it is possible that this mushroom grows in your neck of the woods (new orleans).

A variation of Amanita muscaria, is Amanita muscaria var. formosa.
-This mushroom looks the same as fly agaric,
except the cap is not blood red in color,
it is more of a orange/yellow colored cap.

We have observed the variation specie growing as far south as atlanta GA.

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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: Anonymous]
    #647154 - 05/27/02 06:31 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Gumby Dude, You ar saying that G. spectabilis is in Louisianna but there are no recorded rcords of that mushroom in that state whatsoever.

It has not been found there as of yet.

Mj

However, Copelandia cyanescens is and so is Psilocybe cubbensis.


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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: mjshroomer]
    #647331 - 05/27/02 08:34 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Ok, I was just thinking about how GG had found some speices of Gymnospilius in Florida, I didn't realized that he had found G. leutifolia(sp?).
I'll let you be the authority on this one MJ.


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Re: Mushrooms found in Southeast US [Re: Anonymous]
    #648433 - 05/27/02 07:19 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

I didn't include Amanitas on any of the lists because they aren't psilocybian mushrooms. My guess is that most people are looking for the traditional "shrooms" and not A. muscaria.

From what I've heard the Amanita "trip" isn't all that fun and, most people end up nauseated and eventually vomit. For those who don't get sick I've heard that its more like a drunken state of delerium than a trip.

I don't know about you, but its not placed highly on my list of things to try

Peace out,
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