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Re: Azures in May
    #85940 - 05/30/00 02:28 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

Excellent!!! You know Workman...No one would have doubted your word :biggrin: But with proof no one will period lol.

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Re: Azures in May
    #85942 - 05/30/00 03:08 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

Very nice picture. Impressing.

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Re: Azures in May
    #85943 - 05/30/00 04:57 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

BEAUTIFUL picture.. damn..
my mouth is watering..
what are the other two species? i dont recognize the middle one.. but the left looks like liberty caps to me..
damn.. azures.. :smile: mm


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Re: Azures in May
    #85944 - 05/30/00 05:06 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

yeahhhh....

beautiful....

libs, stunzees and azures?


or?

grats...BiO.



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Re: Azures in May
    #85945 - 05/30/00 05:32 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

From left to right. Psilocybe semilanceata (liberty caps), Psilocybe subfimentaria (or P. sierre), Psilocybe azurescens.

The P. subfimentaria is somewhat problematic for me. Spore size and habitat say subfimentaria (sierre), its appearance is somewhat like P. fimentaria and it also looks like somewhat like P. stuntzii.

For a full page devoted to this mushroom, go to the link below. It details the origin, cultivation parameters, substrate, etc.
http://sporeworks.com/subfim.html

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Re: Azures in May
    #85946 - 05/30/00 08:21 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

Hey Workman, tweenty dollars says that your libery caps are actually Psilocybe strictipes (P. callosa).

I also found P. fimetaria in lawns and woodchips last week and P. sierrae and P. stunzii in a lawn.

I still have a few pics left in the camera so I will wait awhile before posting them for you and all to marvel at the wonders of spring fruitings.

Also remember I can get the taxonomic particulars of all shrooms done for you if you really need to verify their identity.

John

P.S. Nice Picture. I'm jealous



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Re: Azures in May
    #85947 - 05/30/00 08:46 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

THAT IS A BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH WORKMAN. Oops I didn't mean to write that in capital. I thought the ones in the middle were stunzi too bio. i can't wait to move up to washington for 4 reasons, the weed, the shrooms, my girl friend and of course the chance to meet workman :wink:

p.s. workman thanks for the spores, sorry about the payment i should have sent a money order, i want to attempt to cultivate the tampa strain too so next time i order i will send you a money order instead of cash, god damn postal employees stealing money! about the tampa strain, i am in living in florida right now, i want to create a out door patch of the tampa strain that would be a sight to see.



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Re: Azures in May
    #85948 - 05/31/00 02:32 AM (17 years, 2 months ago)

Sounds like you boys are having a great spring picking season.

I will also have to say that is a great picture.

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Re: Azures in May
    #85949 - 05/31/00 06:20 AM (17 years, 2 months ago)

Workman: How?s the weather and the temperatures at your place?
I was just wondering if I have to expect some fruitings at my azures patch.

Anno

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Re: Azures in May
    #85950 - 05/31/00 01:20 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

wow....awesome....that's a nice pic...i'm very impressed.....


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Re: Azures in May
    #85951 - 05/31/00 09:02 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

Excellent.

I was just wondering... what are those berries on the bottom left? raspberries, loganberries, blackberries?



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Re: Azures in May
    #85952 - 06/01/00 01:33 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

Temperatures have been in the low to mid 60's F with plenty of rain. It seemed to be a bit warm for a Spring fruiting to me.

The berries are Salmon berries (Rubus spectabilis). A terrible native weed forming thick prickly perrenial canes that can get almost to tree proportions. The young sprouts and berries are edible. They are the very first berries of the season but are quite soft, watery and sweetly insipid. They are not really suited for anything other than a trailside nibble, but kids love them. There are two color forms, an orange (pictured) and a brilliant red. The orange ones taste slightly better. The pictured orange berry is not quite ripe, they get larger and brighter as they mature. The kids keep them cleanly cropped so that was the best I could find.

Amanita: want seeds, hehehehe :wink: . I am pretty sure they would do very nicely in Scotland. It would offset the invasive Scotch Broom and Gorse that is overrunning several counties on the Oregon coast.

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Re: Azures in May
    #85954 - 06/04/00 05:21 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

Hehe, that makes it all worthwhile.


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Re: Azures in May
    #85955 - 06/05/00 01:48 AM (17 years, 2 months ago)

Wow, that is a gorgeous photo!

I wish you'd put a hi-rez version on your website.

What kind of film was used? Was it one of the new high saturated types?

Thanks for posting it!



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Re: Azures in May
    #85956 - 06/05/00 06:11 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

The picture was taken with a DC120 Kodak camera. Its an older model but it works fine on subjects around that size. The macro feature is cumbersome and difficult to keep things in focus.

I can email the bitmap version of that picture or any of the others stored in my picture storage area linked on my homepage. They are about 3 MB each and far too large to load to the shroomery server.

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Re: Azures in May
    #85957 - 06/05/00 07:10 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

were those wild, or did you cultivate those, just wondering if I need to go to astoria this weekend? do you know that there are two different forms of azures in astoria? one kind looks like yours, but the other grows right along the river in this park, and they are goldeny carmel with much thinner stems. when they get old, though they turn brown and get sin wavey caps but caps are 2" wide at least with very thin, 1/4'' stems that dont bruise very blue, but still pack a punch.


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Re: Azures in May
    #85958 - 06/06/00 09:46 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

Workman,
WOW...nice pic...and nice fruits:-)

once again...WOW;-)

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Re: Azures in May
    #85959 - 06/08/00 04:32 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

i know of a couple of azure patches in tacomas north end,nobody ever picks them but me.....people alwase go for the easy to find mushrooms in lawns like at the childrens hospital.....cops alwase bustin pickers there.


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Re: Azures in May
    #85960 - 06/08/00 08:14 PM (17 years, 2 months ago)

where in tacoma, will you take me?


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