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InvisibleBlu Spore
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Shrooms found in backyard
    #995273 - 10/26/02 08:27 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)



Check it out, I found these babies growing under some cedar trees in my backyard. I knew from the second I saw them they were P.cyanescens which I havent been able to find untill now. I would like to know what sort of mulch or wood this mushroom likes to grow on so I can expand this patch for next year. They seem to be growing off of small twigs and those helicopter things that fall from maple trees not the cedar mulch itself.


the shrooms at the top left in the pic are liberty caps



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Re: Shrooms found in backyard [Re: Blu Spore]
    #995388 - 10/26/02 09:26 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Are the stems in those pictures bruised blue? Did you find them all dried out liek hat?

Whats teh spore print?

Looks like cyans, but, really hard to tell when they are all like that.


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Re: Shrooms found in backyard [Re: angryshroom]
    #995630 - 10/26/02 11:22 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)


the stems are blue its hard to see in the pic. I took a spore print it was dark brownish colour. I know there real because my friend and I ate some and got fucked up:) Do you know what sort of wood I should use for a growing medium??


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Re: Shrooms found in backyard [Re: Blu Spore]
    #995707 - 10/26/02 11:58 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

there's stuff on how to grow them here: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0961079800/minmed-20/103-4694819-6434227
sorry, i thought i would find a link to more info, quickly.

they like hardwoods, especially alder and maple, but will also eat other wood chips.  i believe there is more info on this very site, but i dont feel like searching too much.
it shouldn't be hard to encourage your natural patch to expand significantly.
it would be about a wood chipper and some fresh cut alder...probably not too much work, actually, since the patch exists.
lucky you.
thanks fer posting a picture of dried up cyans, my girl and i disagree about a single specimen i found a couple of weeks ago....those photos helped.
they look awesome to me.
peace :tongue: 


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Re: Shrooms found in backyard [Re: Blu Spore]
    #995945 - 10/27/02 01:18 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

HA HA, you sure got some balls, the way you found out they were potent is by eating em? Kinda a odd way of testing but ok.
NDL


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Re: Shrooms found in backyard [Re: ganjaguru]
    #996122 - 10/27/02 02:57 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

No no no I would never eat any mushroom Unless I knew 100% what it was. I ve been picking and studying mushrooms for 5 years and have read countless books and articles. The mushrooms in the pic have been dried in a food dehydrator and look much different than the fresh ones. The fresh ones had a carmal brown/orange cap that was wavy,they had the same hygrophanous fading as liberty caps the habitat matched and to seal the deal the caps and stems blued like crazy. what else matches that description?


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Re: Shrooms found in backyard [Re: Blu Spore]
    #996126 - 10/27/02 03:00 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

i dont know but if it looks like that i would eat it too man :grin:


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