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Although Rhoderdenrons are a good place for P. cyanescens, that doesn't necessarily mean that you will find them there.
They grow under and around rhoderdenrons planted in association with alder and sometimes alder and willow muclch, as do azurescens and cyanofibrillosa.
In the early 1980;s someshroomsers I met at a conference at Breittenbush Hot sSprings in Orgon had boasted of picking close to three hyndred pounds of P. cyanescens and P. cyanofibrillosa alongside highway I-5 between Eureka and Arcada< California..
I have only found them a few times around rhoderdendron, but that is only on e of their habitats.
They need other nutriets to grow although they are mychorizial to socertain plants in their environment.
That park looks neat, even though I live nowhere near there, by the way the limit is now 5 pounds, guess they didn't want you getting a full 10. Can you sleep there? You should pick every sufficiently potent psychoactive mushroom you see.