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I thought it might be helpful to have a survey where people who had made POSITIVE Id's of shrooms could post their state and county as well as the date found (to give a better idea of the season, habitat and rainfall might help, but that would probably be standard for each species). This would NOT be something like "Orlando, Florida, next to the castle in Disney world P. Weili! Check it out!" so that all of the happy shroomers who visited the MAGICAL kingdom could continue to enjoy it sans narcs .
It would offer two things: first off it would be in effect adding a whole bunch of new (informal) studies to the list that mjshroomer posted a while back of the species of all the states and canadian territories, and on top of this, we would have field knowledge of the frequency of these species in the areas they grow in. So we would have a more detailed picture of what grew where, as well as a rough idea of how likely one was to find it. this would be mainly for the people who live outside of the SE/NW USA where it seems you can't walk out of the door without tripping (haha) over an active species. people from outside the usa/canada could post, but it seems there aren't a lot of them, and one person posting about the lib caps in south east poland probably won't help polish hunters too much (I've heard they're sweet though ).
Again, this would require positive certainty about the species, and discretion about the specific location. What do y'all think?
Or, if you don't care about the community as a whole, you can always give me more info on cubs and subbs in south MD (out of season I'm guessing at this point)...
-------------------- are those eyes or teeth on that jaguar?