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You should have a bunch of magic where you are, maybe not like in the warm, wet areas or the west coast...but keep lookin...persistance is key, read all you can, get a good guide book, and hit the new sod lawns, woodchip beds, farmers fields....and even when you are walkin down the street to go get a video. Here is a list from MJshroomer...I imagine they should be found in your area too. Cheers, and good luck.
Gymnopilus liquirae, G. luteofolius, G. Luteus, G. spectabilis, G. Validipes, Panaeolus castaneifolius, Panaeolus femicola, Panaeolus papilionaceus, Panaeolus subbalteatus, Psilocybe caerulipes, P. semilanceata (the 'liberty cap), P. silvatica.
-------------------- "...I found dozens of single specimens. That's what I call hunting. There are only a few "good" hunters here, even now. You're certainly in that group. I would imagine if we hunted together we'd find our styles are similar."
- Mr. Mushrooms
RIP Matt, your friendship and your contributions to the world of fungi will be missed. Unfortunately we never got to hunt together.