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Get out there! More rain on the Sunny Coast, so more gold on the way! :lol:

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No really. Oh. My. Goodness. If you have ever even thought about having a squiz, NOW is the time. :o:blink::shroomer:

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Lol. I am going tomorrow, for sure. More good rain here now.

 

I've been on google maps looking for cows/horses in fields :p Got a few places to check out.

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Well if anyone has checked anywhere you would've found something by now. You have to really look though, not just look, ya know?:wink:

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Yeah I went out yesterday and found some very promising places. Found several Pans but they appeared to be inactive, black spores but no bruising at all :(

 

Definitely need to get down close to the ground! I will try the same area again when it is less busy :p

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Yeah, there are a variety of panaleous sp. about, usually with the brown stipe which is bit more fibrous I want to say. No bluing of course, but apparently a non-toxic relative? :huh:

 

These imposters, along with pan cyans and cubes, can all be found growing out of the same pat up here, so taxonomy is key. :wink:

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I've been looking the past few days. I live on the beach (sunny coast) and was just looking through the bush behind the dunes. Probably not a great place to look but I've never picked any before. I found some that looked kinda promising but there was no blue bruising so just chucked em. I've got Paul stamets book, don't really wanna carry it round with me though haha. Thinking of just buying some woodchips/cowshit spreading it out under a sprinkler for a few days, you guys reckon I'd have any luck? 

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Depends where the chips and poo came from bruz. Beach is a no go, hinterland is the business.

 

Find the cows and you find the mushroom. This weekend should be a goer after this coming bout of rain.

 

You'll have to get along to a Sunny Coast meet mate, and we can shoot the breeze and that :wink:

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Thanks for the tips rc, I'll have to go for a look this weekend. I do a bit of rock climbing in brooyar near gympie and there are tons of cows out there, could be worth a look too. 

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Hey guys thanks for the  great forum.  Has been a great help.  What do you think RC,  still worth a forage up the Sunny Coast?  Or has the ship sailed on the recent rain fall?

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Definitely worth a look, especially over the next 4 - 5 days as we get sporadic showers, but still with a bit of humidity. :wink:

 

I reckon after that the soil temps will start to drop away pretty quick, and that will be that. Perhaps... :huh: I've found them in May so we'll see... 

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... and has brought the gold with it! Enjoy!!

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Definitely! Especially with the soil temps holding and big rain coming. :wink:

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Think I'll actually go looking this time.. Looks like it might be raining till Wednesday.

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Just went inland sunny coast, lots of cows but none out of view of houses. Walked along a paddock in a small town and there were hundreds of mushrooms and a lot looked (from a distance) like what I was looking for. Unfortunately there were many people watching, I couldn't find anywhere that there weren't people around. I did stay within about 30 mins of the coast though. 

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Yes, it is a gentle art:wink:

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Still quite a few around, but it is super soggy underfoot. Over the next 3 - 4 days should see a reasonable flush, but I don't reckon it'll be too much longer and the season will pass.

 

By all reports a very fruitful one indeed! :lol:

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Feels, and looks, to me like we are winding down now. Temps have dropped enough to really slow fruiting. Apologies about the lack of mushroom porn this season by it slows me down :wink:

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Interesting blue bruising mushy with white gills.  Looks like an old cube on top.  Perhaps it has dropped all of its spores?  Any thoughts?

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Veil remnant - check. Bluing - check. White gills aren't uncommon with cubes, but a black/purple spore print would be the deal sealer for me :wink:

 

I've seen many cubes with caps like that, and yes, it's seen a bit of sun and is aged.

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