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OfflineLizard King
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Re: Georgia Cubensis pics
    #80437 - 12/20/99 11:59 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

I know they're not the best pics. And they're definately not the best shrooms I found this year, they're the only ones I took pics of. This pic shows freshly opened, immature Cubensis, which is why the caps are still red. The mature ones tend to become almost pure white, without the tan nipple that the gulf coast has. These mushrooms were found fruiting in early December, 35 miles directly east of Atlanta. This is my first year mushroom hunting so there should be some better pics next year. I only got to hunt the last few weeks of season here, so I'm still learning the game. These mushrooms produced a noticablely different trip than the Gulf Coast. It was slightly stronger and lasted for what seemed forever, 9 hours! Anyway, I thought I'd post some pics of Georgia Cubensis, I was told they don't even occur in Georgia, I took it apoun myself to investigate and found out otherwise. I will be sending a dryed speciman to a labratory so Cubensis can be scientifically documented to occur in Georgia. :wink:
-Later-

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Re: Georgia Cubensis pics
    #80439 - 12/21/99 12:07 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

hmmmmmnnnnnnnnnnn?????????????
did you happen to make any prints??????

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OfflineLizard King
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Re: Georgia Cubensis pics
    #80440 - 12/21/99 12:15 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

Yeah, I took two prints and sent one to a very knowledgeable grower to ensure that it would be fruited. I used the one I have to inoculate ten jars. Most jars fell to contam since the print was from a wild mushroom. I still have almost the whole print and I plan on starting some agar plates, its the only way to get rid of contam through a few transfers. Soon as I fruit them I will be offering free prints to those interested :wink:

The Lizard,

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InvisiblePsylosymon
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Re: Georgia Cubensis pics
    #80441 - 12/21/99 03:18 AM (16 years, 11 months ago)

King, your so lucky you sttill pick in Dec. I had my last day aabout Dec 3.I see so many home grown Cubs, its cool to see wild ones since I can't pick them!

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Re: Georgia Cubensis pics
    #80442 - 12/21/99 12:27 AM (16 years, 11 months ago)

Lizard King,
Looks great! Good work. I'm still amazed that you even found the bastards this high up in Georgia, and in December no less ...

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Re: Georgia Cubensis pics
    #80443 - 12/21/99 06:39 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

Lizard Id have to say those are some weird looking mushrooms. :smile:

I can imagine that they can be stronger than the ones down here. They need to be stronger up there to survive. From what Ive learned, when conditions outside arent favorable and I only find a few, the effects are more potent than when I find lots.

Are you sure those were Cubensis? They look out of this world. Send some of those babys down to that mycologist Mj recommended a while back,,, Dr. Guezman i think it was. That'd be cool.

As for the Cubes here, I saw a few patches at a stoplight driving to work today. They were unmistakable, even from a distance.



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Re: Georgia Cubensis pics
    #80444 - 12/21/99 10:40 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

I know they are colored weird. They were found just hours after a 2 day rain, that could have had something to do with it. They were also the last shrooms I found this year(December). They were fruiting in 35-40 degree weather. They are by no means the typicall Cubensis that I find. Most are generally almost pure white with no tan nipple. I have found the red ones before, they're only red because they had just opened. Most Cubensis are red colored before the veil breaks.
I searched a huge 30 acre field for 3 hours before I found these. They were so dark I wouldn't have found them if I didn't put my hand directly on the pile of cowshit. They were definately Cubensis though. You can tell because of the nipple on the one cap and the classic Cubensis veil that was on all of them. The print was very purple, and all of them stained heavey blue, it looks black in the pic. The mycelium of this strain looks very similar to Gulf Coast, as expected. I think its just a typical Cubensis that has adapted to survive in cooler weather. Its potency was stronger and the effects were different from the gulf coast I have tried. I'll have some pics of indoor grown Georgia Cubensis sometime next week. That will show how typical Georgia Cubs look.


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Re: Georgia Cubensis pics
    #80445 - 12/22/99 09:38 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

Hello Lizard, I am so pleased that you were able to find what you were searching for, they definately look Cubensis to me. I am at the home of the cultivator (for the holidays) that you sent the sporeprint to and I can tell you this, if anybody can get this strain to cultivate in captivity, he is the one.
At this time I believe that he has seven different strains of Psilocin based mushrooms growing in several different mediums and using several different techniques. I look forward to meeting you again soon too, keep up the good work.

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Re: Georgia Cubensis pics
    #80446 - 12/26/99 07:55 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

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Re: Georgia Cubensis pics
    #80447 - 12/28/99 12:33 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

when you get some prints, let me know, I am totally into dreaming about growing native cubies!
Oleander

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Re: Georgia Cubensis pics
    #80448 - 12/28/99 01:59 AM (16 years, 11 months ago)

No problem Oleander, I'm just not sure when I'll have fruits. Hopefully soon. I tried to fruit them this week and failed due to native contam carried on the print and infected substrate. I cased the cakes even though they were contaminated, I just cut out color before I cased. Which didn't do shit because the contam reappeared on the casing, black,red,green, all at once. All those pretty colors just in time for christmas :frown: Anyway I threw it out, so no prints yet. Needs lots of agar work before I'll attempt again. Sorry to talk about cultivation in this forum, back to hunting.

If you would rather have a print strait from the wild and take on the agar work yourself, I will be pickin' bags full next spring and could send you a few strait from native caps. Either way I'll let you know when I have some prints :wink:

The Lizard,

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Re: Georgia Cubensis pics
    #80449 - 12/28/99 02:55 AM (16 years, 11 months ago)

Hey Lizard King, could you e-mail me when you get some more prints form those cubies oyu picked? I'd like one if you wouldn't mind. My e-mail address is" crackattack@hotmail.com
I sure wish I could find wild Cubies.


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