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Offlineviscid
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oregon coast
    #902509 - 09/23/02 08:49 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

was out on the coast in that magical place where the flying saucers visit yesterday, and damnit if the grass wasn't half dead and the ground crispy.it looks like we'll have to wait a while for the fabulously potent coastal fellers.anybody have any luck with azures, cyans or any others in oregon yet?


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Re: oregon coast [Re: viscid]
    #904272 - 09/24/02 12:47 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

Nothing here on the south coast. Dry as a bone with no relief in the near future. I am watering my patches daily and crossing my fingers.


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Re: oregon coast [Re: Workman]
    #904426 - 09/24/02 01:59 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

i know my friends all drove to astoria last night i told them they aint gonna find anything just to look for mycelium and water where we already know they are


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Re: oregon coast [Re: Workman]
    #904447 - 09/24/02 02:08 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

Yup, dry year -- so far -- on the Oregon coast. But, it will happen. Oregon Ducks didn't get that name because it never rains in Oregon. True Oregonians have web feet, or develope them after being here awhile.

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Re: oregon coast [Re: SixTango]
    #904470 - 09/24/02 02:14 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

i devolped mine


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Re: oregon coast [Re: viscid]
    #905262 - 09/24/02 07:16 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

I found a few cyans after that rain last friday was it? But only about 2, I was searching up in the mountains up Trask River Road in Tillamook, it calls for rain this week, so I'll be heading up there again this weekend. I hope.


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Re: oregon coast [Re: Ramsus]
    #907651 - 09/25/02 05:55 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

wuz that you was posting last year bout cyans on the coast while scopin fer azures?
all the cyans i've ever found were under rhodos. what's the habitat like around the coast, are they in the wild? doug fir? needles? road? hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?
peace good luck, bring on the rain!!!!!!!!!!


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Re: oregon coast [Re: viscid]
    #907854 - 09/25/02 07:46 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

Hey!! I live a bit further north on the coast and this area has been getting tons of rain!!! I'm a newbie at picking though so does anyone have any advice on places to look?

No pastures or feilds around here, which is a bummer. So yeah... Where should I be looking? Any tips? Thanks!


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Re: oregon coast [Re: DocPsilocybin]
    #907948 - 09/25/02 08:21 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

what town are you from i aint seen rain for a while


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Re: oregon coast [Re: Dobie]
    #907994 - 09/25/02 08:44 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

i think dude said he was from bc, then he posts this.
what gives? we dont want to know where you're from!
if it is raining lots, and you are in b.c. , your proximity with the coast would be marginally helpful.
noone is gonna give you an exact location.
you might find semilanceata in open grassy fields in coastal areas.
you might finds cyanescens, cyanofibrillosa, baeocystis, or stuntzii in mulched areas almost anywhere.
as far as fields go, rain and dung usually produce something good, if only weakly so. identification of some of the panaeolus species and more rare psilocybes takes time and experience. books with pictures are good, but knowing the characteristics of active psilocybes is better.
and if it's not raining yet, which is my problem around the oregon coast, your chances are slim.
no cubensis are known to occur anywhere in the pacific northwest, according to literature and scientists.....but the street folks seem relatively sure that there are cubies out here on cow shit. my guess is that the rare dung inhabiting psilocybe with the ring that pretends to be cubensis is some abberrant form of pan subbs, or some other wild inexplicable impossible shit. it may be that cattle get moved around alot, and that some cows from texas are brought up to the pacnw to grow fat and get eaten, meanwhile disseminating the random cubensis spores that might get a chance to colonize and fruit in one hot season, only to be killed by frost in the winter.
that's another thing, i suspect that in b.c. you guys have gotten chilly enough to bring out the shrooms. only you and the weather service know for sure.
hey, good luck anyway, guy. i hope you find something. peace


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