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Well Generally the Copelandia grow on and off durrting the whole year in Hawaii, depending on what Island you are on and if there is rain.
They do not, however, grow during the hot months and in countries or states where they grow and P. cubensis grow, they usually do not appeqar at the same time.
If P. cubensis is up somewhere then there will only be a few Copelandia specimens. I personally have picked more than two hundred shrooms from one cow pie. THis is common where the copes are abundant.
And when the copes are up all over the cubensis are hard to find.
Have a shroomy day.
On Maui Island, the majority of pastures are up on Haleakala, the volcano. There are no fences up the mountain after a certtain poiint on Kula highway and up Haleakala hightway and one can wander down the mountain lsiode legally..
Only two police ars patrol the roads during the day. They go up the mountain and down the mountain once each morning and once each evening so it is okayu to wander into a field and picke to your hearts content.
I found three specimins of what was either pan tropicalis or pan cambodigensis(sp?) on Kauaii a year and half ago. Middle of summer - very few mushrooms growing there in August - and that is on the rainy island. I didn't hunt for mushrooms when I went to Maui - we had a condo on the beach ... and I just spent the entire day in the water. for a week and a half... found a truly sacred spot down the beach , , way past the end of Makena road.... boyohboy! I miss Maui.,...
(matt exhales deeply)
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