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Found 23 results

  1. TheMooseZeus

    Oyster contamination :(

    Hey all! Unfortunately my first shot at cloning my oyster spawn has failed It seems something must have gotten in going from jar to jar. The bag of straw substrate is going strong and my jars of King stropharia look healthy and vigorous! For some reason the grain never took off like the KS is Any tips would be greatly appreciated Cheers guys!
  2. TheMooseZeus

    Oyster's on straw

    Hey all! Its been 24 hours since i added colonised grain spawn to the pasteurised substrate. It seems like the mycelium is having a hard time migrating to the straw (hay?) Any idea what's going on? Edit: dark spots are seeds from the grain (not sure what grain was used possibly bird seed)
  3. TheMooseZeus

    Mushroom culture confusion

    Hey all! Im getting into cultivating and am very confused about buying cultures. For example these prices are ridiculous: $150 https://www.newgenerationmushroomsupplies.com.au/index.php?route=product/product&path=101_120&product_id=229 This in the middle: $40 https://forestfungi.com.au/collections/agar/products/white-oyster-petri-dish Compared to this which is very cheap: $15 https://www.miltonmushrooms.com.au/store/p10/White_Oyster_culture_(Pleurotus_florida).html Am i missing something? Where do you recommend i look for mushroom cultures in Aus? - Cheers all
  4. TheMooseZeus

    Encouraging pine lovers!

    Hey! My garden sufficiently lacks mushrooms, I have access to pine needles, pine wood chips and eucalyptus chips. My idea starting from the ground up A layer of potting soil or just your normal Bunnings stuff. Then a mix of pine and eucalyptus chips (preferably old and rotting) Then finally some pine needles on top which should decay fairly quickly. I could even try this small scale in a large plant pot To inoculate this i would get my hands on some pine loving edible or even just decorative fungi prints and start them off in wet cardboard (I could start on agar but i love being low low caveman tek) Then bury them once they start to take off. The idea of this is to diversify the ecosystem in my modest (Tiny) garden and maybe just get a bit of food from it Any advice would be greatly appreciated
  5. TheMooseZeus

    Tyndallisation!

    Hey! I'm looking into Tyndallisation to fill the space between getting a PC. I was wondering what kind of successes and failures (Learning experiences ) People have had. I know it's a pain in the arse but is it worth it for small scale projects before committing to a good pc? - Cheers all!
  6. TheMooseZeus

    Pine Plantation Problems

    Hey all! Its my first sub season as a hunter. Has anyone had any issues with strolling along pine plantations whist hunting? There's not a lot your average person can do to a acre of pine trees, unlike a field of cows. Does this change farmers attitudes towards the act? -Thanks all
  7. drpotato

    Mycology discord chat rooms

    Here are 2 discord channels Shaman Australis unofficial discord server https://discord.gg/UYaH6QT TripTeam https://discord.gg/PUvEpH6 Despite the name is all mushroom discussion, again, edibles and actives, supposedly created by willymyco, theres a lot of users but most are beginners unlike in fungus amongus. the servers share about 60% of the same users. This server though features a fairly stocked "show and tell" channel with now thousands of grow pictures. In tripteam, experimental methods are more tolerated than on shroomery and fungus amongus, deviation from the teks and such, but accuracy of information is still very much moderated. For those unaware, discord is like IRC but you can upload photos like in Facebook or skype, and also everything is saved up to a point i think, so you can always check back on stuff. In my opinion its way better than IRC. It also features voice channels, and soon will apparently have features for live streaming or screen sharing (it was originally built for gaming).
  8. Am a huge fan of commercial Trichoderma spp blends as a liquid fertiliser addition to my home garden. The commercial products are usually sold as dry powders- spore mixes treated for storage. I have run right out of these and need some soon. I have Trichoderma spp cultures in my library, and I can easily do liquid cultures based on my standard fertiliser blend. Would the shock of throwing a growing but otherwise sterile culture, even at log phase, into the wild to compete with other organisms potentially any advantage? What sort of optical density of the LC Trichoderma would I need as a fertiliser base, to add as 10x, 100x or 1000x. Can I wing it or do I need to switch the spectrophotometer on? Anyone had any experience trying this?
  9. Discussion is mostly cultivation of mushrooms, so basically cubes, pan cyans, and talks about wild psilocybes, but most are knowledgeable about a great many non actives, and it usually comes up once a week or so. https://discord.gg/Qh2V2rK Its called fungus amongus Shaman Australis Botanicals discord https://discord.gg/UYaH6QT discussion of mushrooms, plants, etc, any kind, active or non active, edible, etc Also has a picture gallery like tripteam There is also a sister server called tripteam https://discord.gg/PUvEpH6 Despite the name its serious discussions almost entirely about cubensis and nothing else as most of the users there are just starting out, fungus amongus has more educated or serious members, they do however share about 50% of their users, but no more than that because tripteam is quite tolerant of innovation, improvisation, creativity and in general deviating from the teks. In other words its a less serious otherwise identical server. Both are active all the time with at least 2-3 users actively talking somewhere, and tripteams gallery is full of grow pics entirely by the members, nobody really chats on voice chat in either. Also users are from all corners of the world so, theres generally no sleep periods. In perticular theres a good handful of australian members (including myself) who came over from shaman australis forums, if anyone wants to ask about locating resources in australia. So far ive found nearly everyone in either server who is growing from grain is willing to give anyone else a free print now and again to help them get started, though trades are more common (for prints or anything except money) everyone is really helpful. since the start of the year both servers have only been getting more members. Theres no signup requirements and no nsfw stuff outside the nsfw channels, actually everyone is pretty well mannered, i dont think the mods have ever had to kick anyone.
  10. spaztastic

    Closed.

    Closed.
  11. Hi every one I am new to Shrman Australis and i was wondering if any one could help me out with some P.Cubensis spore prints , for microscopy purposes only. I am starting over again as i lost all my sores prints when moving house. unfortunately i have nothing to trade for them but I am happy to pay for them. Any and all help is appreciated. Cheers
  12. spaztastic

    PESA Prints

    I have 10 PESA Spore Prints Available (For Microscopy Purposes Only) $20 including Express Postage Prefer Gift Voucher. Purchse eVoucher Here... PM For Details
  13. Hi, im looking for spore prints, im finding them very difficult to obtain inside australia, period, regardless of kind, many of the places seem kinda sketchy too asking for bitcoins or money orders. Im after any of the faster / easier growing species of oysters. for microscopy purposes only, prints of any psilocybe cubensis strains, even contaminated or wild prints, or used prints is fine. Im particularly after the more domesticated strains or those with quick colonization speeds, regardless of the amount of fruiting they do. Please PM me if you have any spare for sale or otherwise. Again ill note these are for microscopy purposes. Also im only looking for spores within Australia only.
  14. Saturday, 28th February, 2015 QLD Mycology Society http://qldfungi.org.au/ Cooloola Forage - Great Sandy National Park http://qldfungi.org.au/archives/6719
  15. Found this beautiful one on leaf litter last week in NNSW. There isn't a scale in the pic, it was approx 100mm across at the cap and about 150mm long overall The cap colour was closer to black than brown, and definitely became black after picking. So ignore the colour in the pic below, flash washed it out. Cap texture was mildly velvety At some point I took spore prints and notes on the staining, which was initially red, but I can't remember how fast the rxn was, nor if the colour deepened to black. The notes and spore slides are in the kitchen, so it's quicker and safer for me to ask you here than it is to go find them, if they still exist Am thinking Tyopilus sp, possibly Tylopilus alboater, because staining, and cap/ pore contrast. Any other ideas? Right into the boletes atm, mostly because I didn't think we had any here. Would be nice to find a safe, tasty one, I hear rumours of them out closer to the coast
  16. This is gorgeous. Well written and beautifully illustrated. Local. And free. Fits nicely on portable devices Whoever funded this really got their money's worth A guide to common fungi of the Hunter-Central Rivers region http://hunter.lls.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/516807/guide-to-common-fungi-hcr.pdf
  17. I am wondering where i can find these (I know this has been asked many times on this forum) mushrooms growing and when? I know they are suppose to grow around pine trees, soo would searching in the thousands of pine trees in glasshouse and on the sunshine coast be a good place to look? Hell maybe someone in the area can show me by letting me tag along on one of their mushrooms hunts if anyone hunts this mushroom. Im very interested in this mushroom.. it seems soo magical.
  18. erd0c

    Northern Tasmania

    There was recent rainfall, so I decided to stroll through a cow paddock. The ground was surprisingly still very dry. Popping up on this cow pie were these tiny specimens (photo 1). They're relatively small (see 50 cent piece) and I don't see any staining. The spores that have dropped appear dark (I don't have a microscope to give a more precise color). Thoughts?
  19. hey guys, I'm New on this site. I was just wondering if anyone had some cubensis spore prints they would be willing to trade/sell to me. for microscopy purposes only of course all replies appreciated.
  20. OMG I found this cute fringed mushroom after yesterdy's rain It captured my imagination because of the entirely entertaining fringe it sports. Yesterday it looked like this ( not my pic ) https://secure.flickr.com/photos/borninborneo/7360712092/ But today the fringe or tufts were fully formed and pointing upwards- they weren't ragged edges of the broken cap, they were properly differentiated Here are the collection details: Found growing solitary on 30/5/2013 after rain, cap fully opened at 31/5 Approx GPS co-ordinates: -28.596731,153.097572 Grown on what appears to be leaf litter at a treeline in a cow paddock so unsure of substrate Cap- 150mm light/mid brown with raised fringe edge kinda like a parasol. Really. Not broken, but actually fringed! Really distinctive ring, kinda blobby or knobbly like Calendula seed, stained mildly yellow Stem about 100mm Gills blue/grey Cap broke off during transport and no staining observed Spores appear to be blue grey, no pics as yet Didn't have a camera with me so I didn't get any pics in situ I whacked some stem mycelium on an MEA + chloramphenicol plate I had sitting round, but I may have over-enthusiastically sterilised it, if it is interesting I may try to grow it on from the spore print Pics so far- links are to thumbnails, full pics in Gallery here:
  21. Hi, just thought I'd share this photo I snapped of a Panaeolus Cyanescens found next to my Pumpkin vine on the 29th of December 2011. Location South East Queensland.
  22. highly interesting. you wont regret watching this.
  23. Hey all. Here's the deal - I'm looking for either one of the two above species. O Nidiformis is naturally occuring within Southern Australia, but I haven't ruled out finding P Stipticus, as part of someone's collection. Anyhoo, the plan is to go on a road trip down south to find O Nidiformis this winter, probably the first recorded case of someone heading down that way to find non-active mushrooms. Anyway, if someone has any advice, sightings, or better yet, a spore print, agar culture, I'd love to hear from you. If I can find anything, I'll definitely get them circulating once I've had a chance to cook up some agar.
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