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Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

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Yeah, I reckon a few will show their heads this weekend after the deluge I witnessed today :wink:

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I just found a really good spot near the Cunningham Highway. Went for a look on Friday, plenty of shrooms around. Just no cubes yet.

I'll be back there after the next good downpour.

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Yeah, not enough rain up here yet by half, and the humidity is still way too low :unsure:

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Brisbane area is meant to be heavy rain and storms Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Get them ponchos and gumboots ready for Sunday morning people.

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no cube or meany action yet down here in nsw either, but other dung loving shrooms are fruiting.

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Found a few yesterday on the sunshine coast.... only a handful but they are around wooow

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If we see the forecasts met for Thursday and Friday in terms of rainfall and humidity it will be interesting.

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If we get some storms tonight.... tomorrow should be sweet for a look. Might go check it out.

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how are the pastures looking up in QLD? is it going to be a merry xmas? a bunch of pan. cyans from down here in NSW:

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Id request please.

Im new to this i found it quite fun actually. Does anyone have any idea what these ones may be?

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They look suspiciously like cyans to me, which I found today by the way.

Get a spore print (which should be black) but really pinch or bend the stem. It should bruise greenish blue to inky blue in a few minutes.

That big one looks like an older one, with a bit of a blue tinge to it as it sort of cracks, but it's hard from the photo to tell. The big one is so shiny and looks like it might be a bit frilly which isn't necessarily cyanescens (excuse spelling).

Most that I find have a little tinge of gold about them too on the cap, unless they're old ones.

Post your pics in the id thread :wink: and take more too!

and yes, hunting is one of the most enjoyable experience in my life as well :)

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It comes around again so quickly...

 

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Nice haul man got a few today... cube and hopefully pans but need an ID

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ID please almost sure they are cyans but never picked them before... they grow in dung bruise bluepost-7956-0-78315200-1418523466_thumb.jppost-7956-0-16670000-1418523511_thumb.jp

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Here is another one I want an id on I'm pretty sure its a look alike. Grows in dung looks very similar to p cyans but doesn't bruise blue... its rather abundant in qld and I'll usually see a few poking up well above the grass. This is a pic of a young medium and old onepost-7956-0-91586900-1418524082_thumb.jppost-7956-0-41125700-1418524151_thumb.jp

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Yeah they are not P.cyans hope shortly can tell us i will summon him using super shortly shaman vibes

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Here is another one I want an id on I'm pretty sure its a look alike. Grows in dung looks very similar to p cyans but doesn't bruise blue... its rather abundant in qld and I'll usually see a few poking up well above the grass. This is a pic of a young medium and old oneattachicon.gif20141214_113514-1.jpgattachicon.gif20141214_113448-1.jpg

looks like this one I posted in another thread, which I was informed is panaeolus antillarum.

there are also some other inactive panaeolus species around, one with a more copper coloured top and brown to red stem. when I was in Indo the locals reckoned they were active but wasn't convinced, no noticeable blueing. come to think about it, the fact that psilocybin containing mushrooms stain blue is quite convenient. it is almost like they want to be found...

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Yeah it does look like that.... I also got them IDed on another site and they said the same thing.

cheers

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Pans are still peeping up if you know where to look. A bit withered and fried, but still.

I've found about 4 cubes in the mix as well over the last week or so, but the next decent bout of rain should (hopefully) see the cubes flush properly.

Fingers crossed :wink:

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Came across a Cube and some Meanies this afternoon. My spot should be flush tomorrow.

td

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