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First of all, there are only a few species to be found in San Francisco and Psilocybe cyanescens is the primary species. IT grows in the late fall from October through December from San Francisco to British Colombia. It is found primarily in rotted wood or woodchips and bark mulch. Growing under rhoderdendron, davida in ivy, strawberry plants around blackberry bushes where wood chips have been deposited , new office buildings apartment complexes, primarilly in Alder. Remember it is a cold weather mushroom Mj
Took the words out of my mouth Mjshroomer... But the best flushes are in october and november, after a frost or two they pretty much stop coming up, from my experiance anyway. Look hard for them! They are so small and are camouflaged by the wood chips. Look for them in the Presidio and GG PArk, and they do seem to grow on Eucalyptus bark there, which I heard they hate in cultivation. Maybe they adapted to the environment.... Good luck, but don't bother going now..
[This message has been edited by pin (edited February 11, 2000).]