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Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

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:drool2: heres hoping, been watching the weather forums closely.

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Bit of a hoax as far as big falls go, but still saw a handful of pans and cubes out and about, just not quite wet enough :(

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130mm at home here in the Gold Coast hinterland , in general the area has had up to 150mm or so. Might wait 1 day and check either tomorrow or thursday, not as much rain as was expected from this event

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^ nice :D , we just got back home, :( not much around at all, actually no shrooms around here locally, could not go to the usual spot, saw farmer entering, but fields nearby bare looking from the car.

 

The coming heat and storms might, be good. We only started last March with mushroom hunting, but remembered the spot from when we were younger had cows.

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beautiful specimens of cubes - hope you had a nice golden Christmas :D  Appears Santa in my area, not even letting other shrooms grow either

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Where are you people? Shrooms just growing around the yard? Good lord!  My closets are filled with colinizing substrate and guardedly optemistic fruiting tubs.It is a challenge around here!

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I'd be keen for someone to show me the ropes.

 

I'm trying to acquire spores to study with microscopy

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If you just go on observational walks you'll fine more than enough to study. you'll literally have a couple years supply of study material from just one walk. 

 

If you live in the right area you simply don't need to do any microscopy, just go on observational walks. 

 

On a completely unrelated matter I met a guy who was walking around looking for native herbs and he would dry those herbs for later study. Walking is great.

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On 11/01/2019 at 7:38 PM, Halcyon Daze said:

If you just go on observational walks you'll fine more than enough to study. you'll literally have a couple years supply of study material from just one walk. 

 

If you live in the right area you simply don't need to do any microscopy, just go on observational walks. 

 

On a completely unrelated matter I met a guy who was walking around looking for native herbs and he would dry those herbs for later study. Walking is great.

That is a very helpful reply, thanks mate. I'm near Caboolture in Qld could you suggest nice places to walk?

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Sunny coast, had the best places to walk. My old backyard of Sippy downs (what's left of it) was just something else.

 

Go to a meet and hook up with some of the locals. 

 

There's a few things to learn, so go to meets, RC is a total dude from up that way.

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Only met a nice guy and his gf once we were out hunting, was nice meeting a fellow shroomster

 

 

Omen, what i do is study google maps, and search instagram for various locations to see what i can see, for nice walks .

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