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Omphalotus Nidiformis and Panellus Stipticus.

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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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They're pretty common in the southwest

I found them in my backyard last year I'm hoping more come up this year

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