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"In the Field I go to I have Gulf Coast and Treasure Coast. Possibly some Pan trops."
What you have is nothing more than a Florida strain of Psilocybe cubensis.
No one remembers where the Gulf Coast shrooms or the original Treasure Coast were originally harvested from and to say your field has both straions makes no sense. So all you really have are some Florida Psilocybe cubensis.
And the other species you mentioned as possibly being there is Copelandia not Panaeolus, unless you are a mycologist and put the Copelandia under the microscope you have no idea what species of Copelandia you have. There are several specises of Copelandia in Florida, C. cyanescens, C. tropicalis, C. westii and Copelandia chlorocystis, so it is improper for you to suggest that there are Copelandia tropicalis in your field.
Now on a lighter note.
Congradulations on your score.
[This message has been edited by mjshroomer (edited July 25, 2000).]
Gulf Coast/Treasure Coast, hmmmm. Your right, that is silly. Treasure Coast is a myth in florida. They are all the Gulf Coast strain of Psilocybe cubensis.
This is even funnier...they are not called Panaeolus Tropicalis, they are called Copelandia Tropicalis, and they probably are not Tropicalis you are finding, you are finding either Copelandia cyanescens, Copelandia westii or Copelandia chlorocystis.
Thats the same thing mj was saying just in a more confuseing manner