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Anonymous

Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66805 - 11/27/99 01:12 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

oDin, you are not alone, friend! I've brought the topic up several times in the past, but I'm starting to believe it's all just a fairy tale. Do these mushrooms really exist? I mean I've never seen one in person. Have you? :wink:

ShroomGod



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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66807 - 11/27/99 01:59 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

I too have asked about these in those past posts. ShroomGod, didn't you post a pics awhile back? I never seen anything so intrigueing.


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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66808 - 11/27/99 02:20 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

No, I have never seen them. I must have read a post by one of you 2 while back then Shroomgod and euronymous. I just thought it would look cool as hell is all. And I am ready for a new challenge. Well I checked a few spore dealers out but I didn't know the actual name of them. Anyway keep me in touch if you all find the glowing grail of mycology. peace and thanks

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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66809 - 11/27/99 02:28 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

I just remebered also I was talking to Nacho awhile back about Pans cyan and Pan Trops and he posted he had some of the glowing cultures growing. Maybe he knows where to get spores? I haven't seen any posts from him since though.


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Anonymous

Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66810 - 11/27/99 03:42 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

If you guys find something on this post it please as I am interested in this also and I will do the same.

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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66811 - 11/27/99 03:59 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

You want to go here: http://www.fungi.com/info/glowing.html
Which, now that I read it, is no help at all. Sorry..


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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66812 - 11/27/99 04:07 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

Im not sure if a can get the same thing you are talking about, but here in CO i have seend numerous luminecent fungiis. from tree funga, too glowing shrooms. some of these things i have never seen in any book, come spring(when they come out) ill collect numerous prints and cultures of these and distribute some out, maybe i can be a help to you guys, maybe not. ill try to help though, later on,
Astral

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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66813 - 11/27/99 10:20 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

Wouldn't they be great to have around at night while enjoying the effects of their cousins?

jC



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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66814 - 11/28/99 03:07 AM (17 years, 7 months ago)

:wink: well I dont know if this will help but here is a few pics of a couple diffent bioluminescence Mushrooms I found just for those of you who posted to this message :wink: I am also very intrested in perhaps obtaining some spores of bioluminescence Mushrooms as they would be a great adition to their mind expanding cousins and would be a great trip toy! :smile:

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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66815 - 11/28/99 03:11 AM (17 years, 7 months ago)

Well Here is few pictures for you guys, I thought I posted this before but I looked to make sure it was and well it never got posted so here it is again.

These are for those of you who are looking for bioluminescence Mushrooms I too am intrested in growing these great glow in the dark mushies. They truly would be a great addition to our mycological garden as well as a damn fun trip toy :smile:
http://www.firbank.vic.edu.au/Physics/optopic6.htm
http://www.biology.lsa.umich.edu/courses/bio311/projects/ronney/use.shtml

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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66816 - 11/28/99 03:12 AM (17 years, 7 months ago)

Well I see what happend now it did get posted! BUT!!! MY dumb ass forgot to post the URLS!!! Soory people :frown:


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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66817 - 11/29/99 12:29 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

Psilly Cybe: Yes, please collect as many spore prints and live tissue samples as you can. Many, many people are interested, myself included!


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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66818 - 11/29/99 12:39 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

paul stamets has something on his store''s page ( http://www.fungi.com ) about bioluminescent mycelium that he might turn into some type of a kit in the future, actually i have't looked for the article for a while, just assuming its still there :frown:....
and if any of u guys have a copy of "all that the rain promises... and more" by david aurora (if u don't have it but live in western US, get it! easier to read than mushrooms demystified fr us dumbasses :wink:), he says something about a mushroom that grows on trees and glows at night, i think it might have been called the jack-o-lantern mushroom or something... ill look it up later, hope this helps


oops! just found that article, its the same link that psilowarrior posted, no real help, but a nice picture :smile:That stuff REALLY glows....
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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66819 - 11/29/99 12:46 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

dem glow inna dark shroomes sure are pretty. heh,heh :wink:


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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66820 - 11/29/99 03:53 AM (17 years, 7 months ago)

Pin,

You were right, the mushroom is in the book "All that rain promises and more" the mushroom is called the Western Jack O' Lantern Mushroom (Omphalotus Olivascens) It is poisionous it grows in groups on or near hardwood stumps and trees or near the base of chinquapin, oak, madrone, and other hardwoods. Abundant in southern California and central California, extending to Oregon but less frequent there.

So if you live in Cali go find it!

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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66821 - 11/29/99 03:10 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

I never had seen one before. I think they look cool. Reminds me of a jelly fish or something. well keep in touch, snow on the ground here so no mushrooms until next season.

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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66822 - 11/29/99 05:14 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

if i remember this right i think Workman carry some culture. I remember him saying he'll get his lazy ass movin and try to fruit them. hope this helps. Dude i have a Ecu bed fruiting 100+ shrooms!!!

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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66823 - 11/30/99 12:35 AM (17 years, 7 months ago)

I contacted a mycologist at my old university yesterday. I got a very interesting answer here is the e-mail exchange with the names removed to protect the guilty(the origional message is the second one):

Re: Hello
Date:Tue, 30 Nov 1999 09:09:52 -0700 (MST)
From:"Steven L. XXXXX" "e-mail was here"
To:"my e-mail was here"

oDin(repalced origional name)
I've seen this fungus a few times. Let me check to see if I made any collections. You should also be aware that this fungus contains psychoactive subsatances and therefore is illegal to grow. Spores are ok to have since the secondary metabolites aren't developed.
Steve


Steven L. XXXXX
Department of Botany
University of XXXX

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>Subject: Hello
>Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1999 16:04:01 -0700
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>Dear Mr XXXXX
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>I am a XX pharmacy graduate of XX. I am contacting you because I am interested in the "Western Jack O' Lantern Mushroom (Omphalotus
Olivascens) It is poisionous it grows in groups on or near hardwood stumps and trees or near the base of chinquapin, oak, madrone,and other hardwoods. Abundant in southern California and central California,
extending to Oregon but less frequent there." Apparently this is a biolumenisent(sp) or it glows in the dark. I am interested in possible growing this species. I am familiar with agar and sterile techniques. I have grown some mushroom species in the past. Anyway would you know of a spore source and/or growth parameters for this species? Thank you for your time.

My name and address etc was here.
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apparently it a good type of poisen perhaps? wink wink

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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66824 - 11/30/99 01:15 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

Uh, I never heard of the jack-o-lantern containing psychoactive chemicals, and I've read more than one description of them in field guides. What are these chemicals? Why have I never heard of this?

ShroomGod

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Re: biolumenescent fungi
    #66825 - 11/30/99 03:00 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

Neither have I. I didn't ask the dude anymore about them as it seems he may send me some spores. Hope I hope I hope. I told him I would never eat anything that glows. I very well may be telling he truth regardless if he is right or not.

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