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Big boi mushroom ID thread. Its hunting season boyz get out there

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- Thu, 26 Sep 2019 18:22:16 EST CMA5ms1A No.898748
File: 1569536536148.jpg -(47320B / 46.21KB, 674x860) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Big boi mushroom ID thread. Its hunting season boyz get out there
Sup /psy/ its that time of year. Early FALL. Warm sunny days followed by cool rainy nights. It is, hands down, the best time of year to go find psilocybin bearing mushrooms around town. The best part is they're FREE, and its a banging time of year to be out and see your surroundings.

Guides are welcome! Videos and images preferred.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjtaGPA3rkk <- Good intro and practice tips


Post your finds, pictures, measurements, spore prints.
Approximate location. EG Northern Virginia, Central CO, Southern Cali etc. (do not post exact coordinates)
Terrain: Mountains, urban, beach, etc
Recent conditions: Rain last night, Sun today, 75F etc

DONT FORGET TO SCRUB YOUR EXIF DATA


Add some info, and help your bros out, spread the fun.
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Priscilla Smallham - Thu, 26 Sep 2019 18:27:31 EST CMA5ms1A No.898749 Reply
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>>898748
This guy in the first post:
5cm tall, by 2cm wide at the cap
Gills did NOT connect into the stem, but furled up to the peak
LBM, gills visible from the bottom of the bell exterior

Found in Northern MI (Lower Penn) around time of post
Currently having nights that are cold (50s-60s) and rain/fog
Days are warming up to 65-75

Found all of these near walls, fences, etc. The sun is coming in from the south, so all of these were on the north sides of structures and stuff. There were a few congregating, but they were separated and not emanating from a single base.

Spore prints appear nearly black and have a slight purple tint.

I believe these are likely to be magic, but not 100%
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George Pittspear - Sat, 28 Sep 2019 15:55:18 EST vDsmxjiY No.898782 Reply
I find it to be the very best time to ingest as well. The rainier, the better!i
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Nathaniel Blirrywutch - Sun, 29 Sep 2019 18:07:09 EST ozfTvQ+u No.898794 Reply
What's a good place to look for them?
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Charles Shakehood - Sun, 29 Sep 2019 18:50:21 EST mO1rktT/ No.898795 Reply
>>898794
The best thing would be to look-up your local psilocybe species that grow native around where you live.
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Eliza Punningmotch - Sun, 29 Sep 2019 23:04:21 EST CMA5ms1A No.898798 Reply
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>>898783
>>898783

How did you verify its a liberty cap? It looks like one for sure, but did you print?

Approximate location/conditions?


OP here, had kinda shit luck. Conditions haven't really changed. Nights have been high 40s/low 50s - days in the 60s with cold rain over night typically near/just past dawn. Tons of shrooms growing.

The black one, B6 might be Panaeolus cinctulus but I'm not that sure that I'd eat it.
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Eliza Punningmotch - Sun, 29 Sep 2019 23:06:41 EST CMA5ms1A No.898799 Reply
>>898798>>898798
I found this fucker deep innawoods in a wet valley near a creek with some trout and shit. It was under some big Pines and Silver Maples, few scattered birch and cherry trees as well.
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Eliza Punningmotch - Sun, 29 Sep 2019 23:12:47 EST CMA5ms1A No.898801 Reply
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>>898800
>>898800
These are the most hopeful find from today. They are growing out new fallen wood, on pine. Area was at the bottom of a valley with a creek - very close to the amanita, and in that same marshy squishy area. Could be a rare-ish psilocybin
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Ebenezer Crummerworth - Mon, 30 Sep 2019 01:33:29 EST NYw9n0/7 No.898805 Reply
>>898800
>>898804
Looks more like Amanita gemmata to me.

And you shouldnt keep it in a bag like that until it's cracker dry.
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fat nigger - Mon, 30 Sep 2019 11:00:26 EST YuzU445o No.898808 Reply
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>>898798
When you find liberty caps, you will never mistake them. It's just experience. There's no point in printing them. Also there's no cincts in your picture as far as I'm aware. This is how sun aged Cinctulus look. I found them in dung/hay pile at the beggining of the summer. I'm pretty sure they like warmer weather. Now I just look for the liberty caps.
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Eliza Punningmotch - Mon, 30 Sep 2019 18:23:22 EST CMA5ms1A No.898815 Reply
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>>898800
>>898803
Northern Half of LP. I'm up north of Traverse but before the Straits and all over from Huron to MI. IIRC the yoop is already too cold. Maybe not tho?


>>898804
>>898805

Pretty sure its an Amanita variant, and I'm not keeping it very long. Going out in the trash within a few days unless there is a safer way to dispose of it. I don't want any wild life, kids, dogs, etc eating it by accident.


>>898808
Jw whatcha mean? Any particular method that's good to find liberties? I'm up in a rural enough area that we have pastures, but I'm scared to walk out into someone's land. Don't know anyone with herds. Ive been letting the deer shit in my yard the last few weeks. Maybe?

>pic
Collected yesterday, same park as the Amanita, but higher up above the water/muck. Pine/Maple/beech with mostly a maple leaf bed around it. Rotting beech/maple pile and I think this one was growing out of it.

Specimen is 6cm tall, but 1.5cm wide. kinda hefty. Gills went straight from the edge to the stem, not up or down, bit of a lip around the underside rim of the cap. Honey colored, not nearly as orange in the pic. Print is chocolatey/hint of purple. NO blue bruising. Even 12+ hours later.

I'm thinking bust
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Ebenezer Crummerworth - Mon, 30 Sep 2019 18:40:24 EST NYw9n0/7 No.898817 Reply
>>898815
Don't throw mushrooms in the garbage, put them outside near a tree (preferably by the kind of tree you found it by) to decompose and spread their spores.

Don't worry about wild life eating it, many animals can safely consume mushrooms that are toxic to us.

But that Amanita isn't lethal or anything anyway.
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Lydia Nicklebury - Mon, 30 Sep 2019 22:49:48 EST CMA5ms1A No.898824 Reply
>>898817
Too late on that. I couldn't get back to its habitat for a week or two unfortunately. They don't grow where I live in particular. However they are somewhat poisonous, and they grow like crazy in Northern MI from what I'm learning. This was a fairly small one, as they can be as big as a dinner plate. I also only take 1 or 2 samples unless I'm really sure I have something I would like. Don't worry about them going anywhere soon
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Reuben Dartshaw - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 19:15:29 EST O+nLOUrh No.898838 Reply
>>898515
>>898815
>IIRC the yoop is already too cold. Maybe not tho?

IDK, I was just up there camping on Misery Bay about 2.5 weeks ago and found some of those amanitas. Also why not just dry it out instead of throwing it away, if you do it properly it will last for a very long time and possibly have a chance to end up in the hands of someone who wants it.
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Archie Chockledock - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 07:04:47 EST u2qqs5Pp No.899081 Reply
Went out hunting this morning but found nothing. Same shit every year for me. All I want is a mushroom experience and it's impossible to find any. Just found some purple shit which is supposedly poisonous.

I've given up on the romantic notion that the mushrooms will lead me to them. I'm going to have to buy a spore kit and hope I don't fuck it up
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John Brickleshaw - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 11:26:44 EST EeVFf2oh No.899084 Reply
>>899081
There's a lot of edible mushrooms to hunt. Also you've got Amanita Muscaria.
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Fanny Cleshmine - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 10:23:56 EST u2qqs5Pp No.899116 Reply
Went out again today searching in the pouring rain for Liberty Caps in a known local spot (UK, Midlands). Scoured 2 huge fields for over an hour, nothing. Lots of mushrooms but not what I'm looking for. Needle in a haystack shit but it's the only option I have. Maybe I left it too late in the season?
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Fanny Cleshmine - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 10:25:07 EST u2qqs5Pp No.899117 Reply
>>899084

Went out again today searching in the pouring rain for Liberty Caps in a known local spot (UK, Midlands). Scoured 2 huge fields for over an hour, nothing. Lots of mushrooms but not what I'm looking for. Needle in a haystack shit but it's the only option I have. Maybe I left it too late in the season?
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Rebecca Bummlewidge - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 11:51:20 EST tfnII3x5 No.899118 Reply
>>899117
Definitely not too late. In my country it was already snowing and I'm still finding them. Just start growing some cubes. You probably won't find as many liberty caps as you need anyway.
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Ebenezer Haddlebudge - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 13:59:02 EST XREtecdr No.899186 Reply
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I got a problem here: there is no bluing. They look pretty much exaktly like some psilocybe. Is it possible, there are specimen out there who don't show any bluing at all?
And if they are no psilocybe, what are they?
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Doris Bloshbanks - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 14:00:40 EST W2xcO2WF No.899187 Reply
>>899186
Don't really look like any psilocybes. Which country you in?
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cheese - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:19:16 EST 6ycDeEEw No.899240 Reply
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I went for a mile run at the pasture today and stumbled upon this beauty.
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cheese - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:33:00 EST UEfkzlbE No.899242 Reply
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welp, I found a shit ton of shrooms today.
CUBES FOR DAYS
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Awe' God !!Bwteoy2D - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 11:01:53 EST HEUd4PYQ No.899252 Reply
>>899240
looks a bit like azurescens but definitely don't trust me on this/

OP is def not liberty caps/
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Awe' God !!Bwteoy2D - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 11:32:57 EST DxcgXT/h No.899296 Reply
>>899268
what ring? can you upload more pics of more specimens?
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Cyril Suddlehock - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 19:57:14 EST 3BIXXjWA No.899355 Reply
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Are these viable?
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Cyril Suddlehock - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 19:59:07 EST 3BIXXjWA No.899356 Reply
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And these ...could it be Azurescens ? I live I pnw
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Esther Grimwell - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 20:00:51 EST 3BIXXjWA No.899357 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Mononymous - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 23:45:32 EST b1cL6Ol6 No.899361 Reply
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>>899356
The closest likeness I can find in my only mycology book is this reference to a species called Limacella Guttata. Picture is from Simon & Schuster's Guide to Mushrooms. However, I've just learned that this book was originally published in 1980 in Europe, only to be translated and republished here in the midwest U.S.
Anyway, I hope this information might help you out.

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