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  1. Wile E. Peyote

    P. sub canvas

    Looking for interesting trade offers for this 1000mm x 750mm canvas covered in Psilocybe subaeruginosa spore prints. I think it would be a great work to develop further. I was thinking of melting oil pastels in the blank space but have never gotten around to it. Melting oil pastels is fun. These are two sister P. sub canvases. The first is finished but I plan to do more prints on the second.
  2. The cactus community's love of monstrosa has me hoping that people can learn to better appreciate and revere bodily difference.
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    Acacia acuminata seed giveaway 2018/2019

    Yes please Gimli
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    Psilocybe and Xochipilli

    On a vaguely related note, Alan Rockefeller just posted this on Facebook: "Just got another batch of the Psilocybe of Mexico posters in. I took most of the photographs, a couple are by Alonso Cortés-Pérez and Cesar Kevin Perez did the graphic design work. All of the mushrooms have been deposited in a herbarium for scientific study, making this poster not only a work of art but also serious scholarship. The posters are 110 cm x 70 cm (43.3 by 27.5 inches), printed on glossy poster paper at 300 DPI, and cost $10.... Payment via PayPal, all proceeds go towards the study of mushrooms from Mexico. Autographed by Alonso and myself upon request." Alan is currently figuring out the postage cost to Australia for me. If you'd like a poster too PM me and we can save on shipping.
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    Psilocybe and Xochipilli

    Yeah, me too. However, I did receive a reply to the most recent email! The exhibit curator suggested I get in contact with the biologist and restorers who worked on the exhibit, and has shared with me their contact details. Stay tuned...
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    Complete List of Trichocereus Clones

    Some additional names: bridgesii Lotusland peruvianus Anakie, Argentinensis, Colossus, Hahn, Lost Gentiles, Ohlone scopulicola Cordobensis, FR991 terscheckii Dawson’s Long Spine validus Fields, South Australia Short Spine (*the plant some people call tereschekii South Australian Short Spine is called validus South Australian Short Spine by others)
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    Complete List of Trichocereus Clones

    Some additional pachanoi you might want to include in the list: Huarazensis, KK339, Kimura’s Giant, MT03 Woody, MT06 Lupita, Saquarema, Zeus.
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    Harvest Ethics

    Is it okay to leave a crested wild loph and risk it dying, to avoid removing it from the wild? Can extinction be preferable to human intervention and life in a zoo? I think we might need an ethics committee run by plants.
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    Harvest Ethics

    I feel that in some contexts it must be ethical to take seeds/cuttings from endangered plants for conservation purposes. How can someone determine when/where this is appropriate?
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    Harvest Ethics

    How do you understand the ethics of harvest? Some more specific questions I have pondering are: When is it ethical to remove living material from a plant, and when is it unethical? How does nativity, culture, conservation, propagation and diversity play into this? Please share relevant opinions and resources in this thread. Food for thought – I retrieved this photo from a great post by Sandtrout on the Nexus. An ethical wild T. tereschekii graft? https://www.dmt-nexus.me/forum/default.aspx?g=posts&t=29716
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    Chavin Herbalists - Ordering Saga

    I'd get in on that HD
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    Psilocybe and Xochipilli

    I still haven't received any replies from the museum, so today I sent the following text as part of an email to employees listed on the museum website with relevant sounding titles: "Recientemente visité la exhibición del Museo Nacional de Antropología e Historia en la que se muestra una estatua de la deidad Xochipilli. Me preguntaba si sería posible que me compartieran publicaciones o fuentes académicas en donde se identifique una subespecie de Dhalia en dicha estatua? También agradecería bastante, si es posible, la posibilidad de tener el contacto de los conservadores y botánicos encargados de la existencia de esta impresionante exhibición." My Spanish is very poor. An entheofriend produced the latter text from this: “I recently visited an exhibition featuring the Xochipilli statue at The National Museum of Anthropology. I was wondering if you could share with me any knowledge or publications supporting the identification of a Dhalia subspecies on this statue? I would really appreciate being put in contact with the curators and botanists who put this impressive interpretative display together." I also sent this email from an institutional address (the last one was vintage hotmail), so hopefully it gets more attention.
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    Wed Night ! -The Loop Safety Testing Sydney Launch

    A shout out to SSDP Australia, too! They are doing hard work in bringing the many diverse pill testing stakeholders together. Let's not compete, let's collaborate.
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    Acacia memes

    I recently saw this sign in Wooroloo, WA. I feel like it is juicy fruit for some Acacia meme action. I tried to think of an Acacia meme but came up with one for a different image...
  15. I once saw a blind man with a guide dog in Hyde park. He paused while his dog took a shit. The man touched the dog's anus and sniffed his fingers. At first I was impressed and thought wow, this guy can't even see and he is checking to see if his dog shat so he can clean up the mess. Then the man walked off, leaving the shit behind.
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