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Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

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22 hours ago, Pedro99 said:

Was there any rain in the hinterland today? Tomorrow's my last chance til I'm out bush for a bit. Didn't get enough photos to last the year! 

 

 There has been bro so get into it!

 

@Enjaytee, just lovely bruz. :lol:

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Many, many cubish specimens about today. A bit dry but they still keep a'comin :o

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2 hours ago, Responsible Choice said:

Many, many cubish specimens about today. A bit dry but they still keep a'comin :o

Has it been raining up north? Been very dry down in Brissy so I assumed it was the same up there. Also, the boards been quiet.
 

bugger... a walk would have been nice this weekend.


hope everyone is coping with the craziness!

 

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Yeah we've had evening showers quite a bit actually.

 

I haven't been paying attention, but when you feel the call chances are somethings afoot :wink:

 

I would expect to see flushes after decent falls for the next month or so easily. :) More than likely cubes only though.

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Considering a mission on Saturday morning. Has anyone found amanitas in SEQ? Just think it would be cool to see one, or a whole bunch. Was thinking the pine forests on the sunny coast? 2 birds 1 stone... hinterlands and pine forest would be a fun trip.

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Just read that I shouldn’t even be out foraging? No rock climbing and foraging makes zonad go something something...

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Good hunting! Impressive.

If anyone wants to trade let me know.

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Hi gang. As the cooler months draw nearer I'm thinking again of the possibility of finding Amanitas. Has anyone ever seen these growing as far north as the Sunshine Coast pine plantations? I haven't done much exploring for these but I have seen what looks like a yellow Amanita. 

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Hey mate.

 

I haven't come across any, but I am clueless as far as soil temps and elevation, etc. goes for amanitas though... :huh:

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Would be super cool to find some amanitas! Fungal Forest, please let us know if you have any luck! 

 

On 09/04/2020 at 10:00 AM, Fungal Forest said:

Hi gang. As the cooler months draw nearer I'm thinking again of the possibility of finding Amanitas. Has anyone ever seen these growing as far north as the Sunshine Coast pine plantations? I haven't done much exploring for these but I have seen what looks like a yellow Amanita. 

 

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Hi sorry if it's starting to get of topic. But I found this whilst looking at info on Amanita, which may be interesting for some. I guess it could be used for other species also.

https://biocache.ala.org.au/occurrences/search?q=lsid:13d92830-593c-4fa3-a1c4-85aa80d124e6#tab_mapView

 

Cheers

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I reckon I can call this season closed. Night time temps are getting down around 10 C, which is too low in my experience for fruiting regardless of rain fall.

 

Until next time then aye? :wink:

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See ya guys next year. Hopefully a bit earlier though :bong:

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Spring has sprung up here for sure. And you know what follows Spring... :wink:

 

I reckon it's going to be a wet one too :)

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 I agree RC !     They say it's likely to be a la Nina Year ...... conceivably we could have an early wet season , we might see some late September fruiting

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1 hour ago, Jungle John said:

 I agree RC !     They say it's likely to be a la Nina Year ...... conceivably we could have an early wet season , we might see some late September fruiting

I always used to pick cubes around mullum in November.

Yay for la niña! Mostly for the guerilla season...

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Saw on Facebook first finds for the season. Does anyone have much luck pre January in SEQ? Getting excited and definitely ready for some foraging! Photos from previous seasons 

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I have found them in November. Just depends on the rain bruz, but it is definitely possible :wink:

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