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were found by NeoSporen and Opossum of the Shroomery last year in nov. dec. Right on the coast of southern Washington.
Here is the original post, I was posting some more pictures so I could put them in my guide
If you cant get into the guide from here you can just google:
Conventional Psilocybin Mushrooms of the World
and it will be the first result.
Although I do most of my research on Gymnopilus and Psilocybe mushrooms, I also dont consume any that I find also, i understand the curiosity factor with the species that contain the tryptamine alkaloids. From a scientistic standpoint i find them very interesting and helpfull in the medical community… I also made the guide so people are safe, kind of a dedication to my friend who was very close to consuming many Galerina from a “dealer” fortunately I had asked to see them, and went their house.
I honestly could care less about the real location as I do honestly and truly do not consume active species, but I am still very intrigued to know a little more detail in the location. Which county? How many miles away from the Oregon border?
If you don’t wish to divulge info in public feel free to send me a message.
Created: 2012-11-12 23:49:01 EST (-0500)
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