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Invisiblesloluva
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NW Ohio question...
    #605150 - 04/11/02 10:21 AM (14 years, 11 months ago)

Do I have a prayer of finding any good specimens for my microscopic studies in Northwest Ohio? Any and all advice is certainly appreciated.

Peas,

Slo




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OfflineNITRIC
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Re: NW Ohio question... [Re: sloluva]
    #605786 - 04/11/02 10:56 PM (14 years, 11 months ago)

where in nw ohio r u thinking of going?
maumee state forest i have found a small batchthat were worth a look, there about a week ago oak openings to be rough

nitric
also la su ann around the small lakes
and along the maumee river when it quits floooding


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Re: NW Ohio question... [Re: sloluva]
    #606164 - 04/12/02 09:16 AM (14 years, 11 months ago)

They do grow in the Northwest, just not the Ohio Northwest! :smile:
OK, OK, you've got good chances of finding Panaeolus subbalteatus and allies in manure, rotted hay/manure mixture or possibly in well-fertilized grass.
Hey, man, good luck to 'ya!
Wait a minute, you may be able to find Ps. caerulipes on rotten wood and maybe Ps. semilanceata(liberty caps) in grassy fields. Now, I'm not saying that the liberty caps have been found there, but am suggesting searching the area for the possibility of finding them.
Anyhow, Pan. subbalteatus is probably the only species you'll find this time of year. The fall maybe for others.
Stay cool!-Levi7.


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Invisiblesloluva
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Re: NW Ohio question... [Re: Levi7]
    #606238 - 04/12/02 11:36 AM (14 years, 11 months ago)

Cool, thanks for the info. guys... (girls?)

I'll report back if I have any success... going Sunday!

Thanks again,

Slo



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Re: NW Ohio question... [Re: sloluva]
    #606638 - 04/12/02 07:14 PM (14 years, 11 months ago)

plan on going sat


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