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We can call it Team Gymnopanitacybe
(for Gymnopilus, Amanita, and Psilocybes!)
Like the Power Rangers of fungus hunting.
Amanita Ranger Suchen! Gymnopilus Ranger Bloodworm!
psilocybe ranger Tmethyl!
K, I’m tired. Sorry.
Beautiful frickin shots Blood.
at any point the next few weekends. Would love to find an Amanita as sexy as this one. I keep coming back to look at it, haha.
they are drying now…
i have 3 good specimens.
i will send them out a long with some others when they are finished drying.
sooch, come on up man.
i need a hunting partner every now and again…
maybe you, Tmeth and I can plan something for next weekend or so…
i can get the time off of work and i know some amazing spots for camping/collecting…
Perhaps I should amend my previous statement to “[…]further north in Florida”. Richard is up near Gainesville and I am 2 hours further south near Tampa. Though Jimmy C. has been tearing it up in Georgia as well… hmm…
All of the rest of us (all directions of the compass) are reliant upon youse guys in the sunshiny state to show us all these wonders!
That’s it, I’m moving north…
there are a number of similar amanitas in section validae (friable universal veil, breaking into warts, membranous partial veil, non-appendiculate margin, spores amyloid, yellow caps), but I don’t have enough experience w/eastern amanita species to venture an educated guess.
even w/out a name, great find. believe me, I wish that I could be there! ;)
you guys are having a wonderful season.
aren’t they cool!?!
more beautiful amanitas from FL! Yur killin’ me! ;)
Created: 2013-07-10 16:06:58 UTC (+0000)
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