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MJ, it says on your website STUNTZII: "There was a time when this mushroom appeared in over 40 percent of all new lawns and mulched in areas in the Puget Sound region of the Pacific Northwest. Due to a disappearance of pastures south of Seattle in the Tukwilla-
would it be worth someones while in bellingham to hunt for this species in towns 30 minutes north such as ferndale where cow pastures are abundant?
P. stuntzii and P. fimetaria are bothg originally pasture shrooms but are extrememly rare in the wild while they are greatly abundant in some man-made areas in publisc places.
The shortage is due to the disappeareencce of pasturelansds to non poluting one story boeing and other buildings int he industrile parks south of a Shopping center in Tukwilla Washington runing to Kent and Auburn, Washington.
However int he early 1990s. They were growing abundantly at the Stable in Tumwater, Washington NAnd Gartz and I picked soome on a MacDonalds Lawn in Tumwater and then went south to Eugene Orefgons where we found an 80 pound patch inthe woodchips growing int he parking lot of the Shopping Center across the River from a park in Eugene Oregon,... They thrive in new lawns but bot every ,lawn. One of mine came up in Seatltle two days to my going to Bangkok. I show people this large patch to teach them how to identify them and then one person happened to accide ntly drive by and declared his find ont he shroomery and then two people I poersonally know got busted (well one) was taken away.
ANyway liberty ccaps are easier to find in your area. mj
Cannot see well here in the dark,
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