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i live in Pennsylvania. I love to consume shrooms, but they are outragously expensive, and when you can find them. (which isn't very often). i wanted to do some hunting of my own to see if i can pull it off. I was only able to find one good resource as to what shrooms grow in PA, and i found the species gymnopilius aeruginosus. Now i cant find any pics of them, and any place of habitat that they live in, so i came here for help.
Try looking for pan subbs in pastures around the hay feeders and any rotting hay piles. Also in soil that's been trampled in with hay and dung over time. I find lots in the cow pastures here in TN especially this time of year with the cool rainy weather we've been having. You can find them outside of pastures sometimes...for example a friend who does landscaping last year found what had to be several pounds wet growing from the freshly mulched lawn of a local police station(no they were not foenisecii). They are generally weak though..it takes alot to have the same affect as cubes.
Look for Gyms around rotting logs..stumps...etc in the woods.