id neeeded, psycoactive? *nz*

Discussion in 'Magic Mushrooms' started by shagg909, May 10, 2013.

  1. shagg909

    shagg909 Guest

    found in pine tree plantation, spore print is dark violet , black,
    hollow stem bruises purple rusty coloured/brown gills
  2. Grainpsilo

    Grainpsilo Member

    Once again

    1) Pine forests are the last place you should be looking for psilocybin mushrooms
    2) download Psilocybe mushrooms of the world by Paul Stamets
    3) you look like Yahoo Serious

  3. FlyingFly

    FlyingFly Dickens

    attention seeking list:
    1) dreads - checked
    2) strange facial expression - checked
    3) weed signs in background - checked
    sorry, I just had to
  4. shagg909

    shagg909 Guest

    i wasnt attention seeking mate i took it from mmy webcam, on wikipedia it clearly states that subaeruginosa grows in pine plantations. so stop trololololing
  5. shagg909

    shagg909 Guest

    didnt know having dreads was attention seeking either numb nuts
  6. FlyingFly

    FlyingFly Dickens

    no worries im just being a dick :D
  7. Grainpsilo

    Grainpsilo Member

    Because I feel bad for you being on the bottom of the planet and because you look like Yahoo Serious and a Squeezy mop had a love child I have done the leg work for you:

    Shrooms that grow in NZ:

    Pan cyan (well manured ground... Usually in tall grass)
    Pan semiovatus (horse manure)
    Psilo angustispora (sheep manure)
    Psilo aucklandii (only specimens found in pine forests in and around Auckland NZ but may have spread due to exportation of nz lumber)......supposedly very common there.
    Psilo australiana (pine forests in New South Wales,NZ and Tasmania)
    Psilo coprophila ( manure but not's presence is a good indicator that the field could contain other species)
    Psilo makarorae ( rotten wood in makarora NZ in the fall)
    Psilo semilanceata (sheep manure in grassy fields)
    Psilo Tasmaniana ( kangaroo or other manure around eucalyptus forests)
    Psilo eucalypta
    Psilo subaeruginosa (pine forests from may to August)

    So judging by this list I compiled out of the book I have asked you to download we can see if you are looking for shrooms you have much better odds in a sheep/cow/horse field than in a pine forest. And since NZ is full of cows, horses and sheep shaggers a good manured field shouldn't be hard to find.
  8. Grainpsilo

    Grainpsilo Member

    Two sheep herders are flying the herd to a new farm. Suddenly, the engine fails and the plane begins to fall quickly to the ground.

    SH1:Quick! Grab a parachute and jump!

    SH2: What about the sheep?!?

    SH1: Fuck the sheep!!!!

    SH2: (pause) Do you think we have time?

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