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Offlinemattso
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Re: Vt azures
    #77322 - 07/29/00 01:53 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

Is that VT as in Vermont?!?
To the best of my knowledge, you will not find p. azurescens in Northeastern United States..
Nor will you find them anywhere in the Northern hemisphere in the dead of summer.
Azurescens are a species specific to the PAcific Northwest of United States and fruit from October through December.

Have fun anyway... don't eat any mushrooms that you find...
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Re: Vt azures
    #77324 - 07/29/00 05:14 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

On mjshroomers shroom locater azures are listed as being in vt. I dident find any though. it started raining so i left. Oh well.


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Re: Vt azures
    #77325 - 07/29/00 05:26 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

Nothing personal but...

To all of those who know nothing about mushrooms in general, who boldly announce that they are going out looking for "shrooms" without regard to species, or what state they are in, or what month it is, or what habitat they should look in, or what a spore print is.....

GET A CLUE!

and maybe a book.

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Re: Vt azures
    #77326 - 07/29/00 07:28 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

The only reason that Ps. azurescen was listed to grow in vermont, was because some guy was able to fruit them outside in a man made patch. Azuresens have never been documented to grow in Vermont. You'd have a better chance looking for Ps. caerulipes and Pan. subbalteatus.

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Re: Vt azures
    #77327 - 07/29/00 10:20 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

Stamets reported P. azurescens in many places including New Mexico. I was compliant with Guzman to list those states where such transplantation took place including Ohio, New Mexico, New York, and Gartz also has several patches growing in Germany but each year he has to renew the mulch and reinnoculate it with mycelium or they do not come back. They aree also know to have been transplanted in Spain, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and Denmark?

But they are an introduced species which apparently does not spread to other locations.

Have a shroomy day.

I told Paul that he should not have described those from those places without an explanation so as to not cause confusion by those who read his books.

This is also true for all of the non-psychoactive shrooms Paul describes and as some he lists as psychoactive because other authors originally erred in their reports in the early field guides, including me.

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Re: Vt azures
    #77328 - 07/30/00 01:21 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

Mule, i have read my fair share of documents and shit on mushrooms. I have never BEEN hunting. I know what a god damn spore print is. My question on habbitat was where peaople have personaly found them, the choice areas. Since i am not a awsome mushroom identifier like yourself, i would post pics of what i thought fit the description of the mushrooms. I would post pics to make sure. So i would appreciate it if you would get off my back back about it.


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Re: Vt azures
    #77329 - 07/30/00 01:24 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

ANd whats up with saying "without regard to species, month, and the state." Its azures, the dates june, if you look at the top of the message, and im going to vermont. Nothing personnel but i hate it when people dont even read the message and bitch, get a clue.


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Re: Vt azures
    #77330 - 07/30/00 03:16 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

Well, you were looking for azurescens in vermont in July.....

I suppose it is possible for somebody not to be an idiot and do this, I just don't think it's very likely.

Happy Hunting!

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Re: Vt azures
    #77331 - 07/30/00 04:28 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

I dident know when they fruited, i admit. So that does make me an idiot. i suppose if thats how you feel. I saw a thing saying they were there and figured what the fuck. i was not educated on when they fruited, notice i asked some questions on that. I knew what they looked like and wanted to see if i could find any. It seems to me that someone who cant read is an idiot as well. I hate seeing all the negative remarks in the shroomery and i am sorry i have to contribute. But, the whole reason i made this post was to find out things about hunting them, and obviosly, to you, asking a question make you an idiot. I find it hard to believe you have never asked a question. I am going to stop being negative. I made a mistake, i asked a question. Lets just forget about it. Peace


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Re: Vt azures
    #77332 - 07/30/00 08:21 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

Yes, I apoligize for being mean. There is nothing wrong with asking questions. It is a good thing.

However, a little research can lead to better more educated questions.

Nothing personal- there are many posts from people saying they are going to go look for shrooms, and they live in wisconson and they are looking for cubensis (not gonna happen, or they look in meadows for p. cyanescens (grows in woodships, or they want to find beocystis in August (grows around Nov).

You were just the straw that broke the camels back. Do not give up asking questions. Maybe get "psilocybin mushrooms of the world" or even Wild mushrooms of north america, and you will get a better idea of what will com up in your area, in what habitat, and at what time of year.

The response you got from me should have been devided up between the last 500 people who went looking for cubensis in the snow and asked "What's a spore print?" only a small part of it was rightfully yours!

I enthusiasticly accept your generous offer of peace.

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Re: Vt azures
    #77333 - 07/30/00 11:38 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

The P. azurescens generally fruit in late November through December along the Oregon Coast north of Florence to the Washington border.

Some patches have been observed in the Pugot Sound region of Seattle, Washington.


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Re: Vt azures
    #77334 - 07/31/00 04:06 AM (16 years, 10 months ago)

YEah no problem mule. I do know alot about mushrooms, cubensis, but not alot about hunting them. I was going to vermont anyway and thought what the fuck minas well look for some shrooms you know? so i looked on the shroom locater found azures and decided to go for it (spontanius, not alot of research) Kinda my fault. Oh well, peace


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Re: Vt azures
    #77335 - 07/31/00 10:50 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

There are a lot of mushrooms in the NE right now, but you are not likely to find any hallucinogenic ones. You will have more fun if you just go looking for mushrooms and try to identify the coolest one you find every day!

Best of luck,

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Re: Vt azures
    #77336 - 07/31/00 11:30 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

Yep, thats what I've been doing lately, picking what I can find, and I live where the hallucinogenic varities grow damnit! But I'll admit, picking A. campestris 5-15 pounds at a time hasn't been all that bad. I've been eating the hell out of some fresh mushrooms for the past 3 weeks. I've tried them stir fried, deep fried, in a soup, in a sauce, in spagetti(sp?) I think next I'm going to try stuffing them or cooking them on the grill? I think I'll probably try stuffing some caps. Some of the caps I'm finding are 6-7" in diameter! Hunting edibles can be just as fun. But I'm getting a little impatient waiting for the cubies. We're finally getting some good showers in the afternoos, it shouldn't be I long(I hope)


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Re: Vt azures
    #77337 - 07/31/00 11:42 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

Try grilling them!

make a 50/50 mix of soy sauce and olive oil (shake or stir well) and pour onto a plate. cut mushrooms into slices about 1/3 of an inch thick. roll both sides in the sauce.
grill in each side for about 3 minutes.

Yum!



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