Collection location: Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA [Click for map]
Growing around White Pine in good topsoil/mulch mix. Healthy colony, and great PNW genetics. Not much more than pins, and in need of moisture.
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Can’t get enough of those Ovoid pics.
Bet their luvin this weather.
added today, 5-27-2013
I am amazed by how well those things rehydrate, They looked so dried in the first post. I am surprised by how freaking big they get. Thank for posting this.
I appreciate you’re reply. I’m currently looking for interesting spring time fruits in my area. I’m also on the pnw coast farther south.
Bot spring and fall have good potential for producing fruits, but for the most part up here they tend to enjoy the spring more. Not cold temps, but not too warm either. Highs lately have been between 50-70°F with lows in the high 30- high 40’s°F
Do these come up when it’s cold, or is it more of a spring fruit?
Nah man, feel free to post em up and include my name if you wish. I will be adding more pictures to this observation today, so stay tuned. Cheers, and good to hear from ya.
Long time no see.
Would you mind if I posted these on the shroomey? If you have no plans to do it would you mind if I did? If you want I could post that anonymous found them, if you want to be incognito.
Created: 2013-04-02 03:08:38 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2013-06-04 12:42:06 PDT (-0700)
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