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Supposedly you can find cyans in the Bay Area. I've not had any luck, but haven't had luck anywhere else either, so that don't mean much! Look for them in shady areas (supposedly under rhododendrons is good), and they like to grow on wood (not redwood or cedar though).
Hi Gaastra, Well shrooms in Wisconsin. I find it funny that again Paul Stamets reports P. azurescens from Wisconsin.
Yes it was a transplanted patch and has not returned the following year so it was again replanted there for one season at a time and the spores have nopt yet spread anywhere but in the persons garden who planted them there.
I have heard rumors of liberty caps being found there but no botanical reposts exists. That does not mean they are not there.
Also I grew up partially in Baraboo, Wisc. My grandparents owned a cabin at Devil's Lake State Park. I use to go tot he Delles a lot when I was a kid.
have a shroomy day. Mj
ANd yes P. cyanescens does grow in the Bay area int he late fall to winter months until a freeze occurs or until the flushes disappear around Dec-Jan every year in gardens and in parks under rhoderdendrons.
have a shroomy day, mj
Have a shroomy day and may all of your days be shroomy.