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Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

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RC's book is well written, well researched, and beautifully presented. Congrats mate, it looks like a hell of a lot of work went into it.

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Cheers mate! :lol:

 

Found my first cubes of the season today, with still a smattering of pans in the shadows. 

 

A bit dry still though, but the heavens will open again next week, so look to the paddocks yo!

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8 hours ago, katu said:

RC's book is well written, well researched, and beautifully presented. Congrats mate, it looks like a hell of a lot of work went into it.

 

I couldn't agree more.

 

Not only is it an an excellent guide to psilocybin mushrooms (of SE Queensland), it contains some real gems of wisdom expressed ever so eloquently.  I particularly resonated with a paragraph on page 148. "Morality..."

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If you have given it a thought, defo get out there and have a look. You may be a day early or late, but you are highly likely to see something :wink:

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The rain gods have blessed us enough to allow the bounty of the earth to emerge. Time to get out there peeps! :shroomer:

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Anyone have any good finds yet this season? I'm keen to explore some new patches if anyone is going out next shower I'd love to come 

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There have been some lovely days around the hinterland this season bro. I would wager it is all still happening, but I've probably seen enough now for another year :wink:

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Looks like there might be some good rain this week sunny coast area

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Still a heap of cyans around... apparently :rolleyes:

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Here comes the rain again, falling on my head like a memory, falling on my head like a new emotion. :shroomer:

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Ooooooh yeeeeah!

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Well, cyans have made a big comeback push out there, with a few cubes sprinkled into the mix. Well worth a squiz! :)

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On 16/03/2021 at 8:25 AM, -RC- said:

Well, cyans have made a big comeback push out there, with a few cubes sprinkled into the mix. Well worth a squiz! :)

Would you be kind enough to PM me the area worth giving a squiz I am having very poor luck my side of the range this season 

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Not if I am a secretive forager... which I am :wink:

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Posted (edited)

Finally had enough rain at my place to go foraging!  Heaps of mushrooms about, but not so many of the type I was looking for.  If anyone knows what some of the other varieties are, I'd be keen to know.  Some were in my front yard.

 

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Those tray pics look like cyans to me (are they the same photo?). Just check for bluing and a jet black spore print :wink: 

 

Second pic of ones hidden in grass may be cubes, but hard to see veil remnant and purple spore staining. :huh:

 

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Yeah the tray pic is a duplicate, thought I'd edited it out...and yep, also cyans.  And the other phot isn't great for IDing either.  You are much more learned on the subject than me, but not cubes I reckon; white veil remnant and white gills?  I've never picked cubes because I've never had anyone to show me and I always err on the side of caution because even when I find one that I think might be a winner, I talk myself out of it due to some perceived flaw.

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Wow, I have heard most people say the opposite: that they find cubes easier Id'ing than pans.

 

If only there was some kind of book recently published that contained just this sort of ID information, with photos of course... :rolleyes:

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Hey @Boof the ones in the long grass are c.molybdites and it looks like you have a few different sorts in the tray pic. Toss out anything you are unsure of. I can’t comment on the other short grass and leafy mulch ones. 

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13 hours ago, -RC- said:

If only there was some kind of book recently published that contained just this sort of ID information, with photos of course..

Yeah yeah, it was raining and I wasn't going to risk my copy.  Truth is I thought about taking it but thought, nah I'll be right... 

 

7 hours ago, Enjaytee said:

Hey @Boof the ones in the long grass are c.molybdites and it looks like you have a few different sorts in the tray pic. Toss out anything you are unsure of. I can’t comment on the other short grass and leafy mulch ones. 

Thanks!

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Saw a handful of cubes today, but with big rain on the way there should be something afoot over the next week or so. :wink:

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@-RC- i been trying to like/comment/acknowledge your book for ages but only today has the mysterious thang SAB cookie monster allowed me to do so.

On ya mate, very amazing stuff and i hope to get a copy very soon.

Best wishes

:wub:

:shroomer:

eth

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