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Sounds good. I don't suppose you could point me twords any hotbeds of fungal activity? I've never seen a hallucinogenic mushroom growing in the wild, it would be quite the treat. Around what months are the most active? Any idea what the liberty caps like to grow off of? I'll have to pick up a good book on the subject and go out on a hike one day. Thanks for the info, much appreciated.
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Re: wisconsin shroom hunting #80638 - 12/24/00 02:50 AM (16 years, 5 months ago)
WISCONSINITES HELLO!, make sure you have a few azur spores or cyans spores on your jacket or hats while you hunt through the woods....I thought I found some liberty caps in my yard in southwest wisco , but they never changed color....they had brown gils and dark blue/black sproes ....if only i still had psilocybe mushrooms of the world to identify some of these bad boys.....hey baraboo rocks...weedstock was up there this year ..www.weedstock.com we stayed at devils lake for 2 weeks because we were kicked from weedstock....there was quite a bash at the lake...tons of crispy mushies for all.., ...