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Paul Stamets placed several tate references and ountries where people grew some in their back yard and they usually last for a year or so and then are gone.
They have not spread into other areas outside where personal cultivation outdoors in a backyard or base, into outlaying areas.
This is a problem that confuses many hunters in states other than where they grow naturally, which is basically a man-made environment.
In Oregon they grow alng the coastal regions around Tillamock and Astoria and sometimes they appear in washingotn state, but never for a year or so and again are gone.
Stamets lists, New Mexico, WSrizona, New York Switzerland, Germany, Italy and several other European countries as introduced species. But again, they are extrememly rare. meaning One in a million or maybe in a billion spots you may find where someone has planted a patch.