I made a separate post but nobody has replied yet - http://imgur.com/a/TY9Qs. Cap 0.5-1.5 cm diameter, stem 2.5-7 cm tall * 0.1-0.2 cm thick. so don’t get caught…. I’m suspecting yes!? or just out and about? I can not assist in this matter. P. semilanceata will never have a protruding annulus.
Omg I am also in Cheltenham. I have not looked into this, so I can’t offer an knowledgeable opinion.
Can you please email me so I can send some pics. If yes, in what quantity. 27 Oct – will I find any Psilocybe specials in this month?
No not IN JUNE MORE LIKE SEPT-NOV OR 1st Frost kills them off. In this great side-by-side comparison, you can see the resemblance of the "Liberty Cap" to Protostropharia semiglobata. Usually, taking out the entire mushroom is for research/ID purposes while trying not to damage the mycelium too much. Thanks John.
Oh yeah, this mushroom almost never has an obvious umbo so be sure to check that box off when comparing mushrooms. I’m sure you’ve come across this showstopper (that was a joke) if you’ve ever walked in grass that’s been somewhat moisturized. Yes. If thats a genuine enquiry. I suffer with cluster headaches and mushrooms seem to be the best treatment any info on which are most effective? Far more common than liberty caps which are so overpicked it takes an hour to get 15 mushrooms in what once were mushroom meccas last time i …
Does it contain CBD? There is a chance that they can resembe the lighter colored gills of P. semilanceata in young age, but once the spores start to fall, it becomes obvious which is which. Thank you for your consideration. etc. That’s it Stuart. More info on the Panaeolus sphinctrinuaka "dung bell" look alike. Yes sheep crap and peaty soil works well,used to pick them at fox house in sheffield on the moors in the ninetys!
Sorry for delayed reply. Pale clay/creamy-grey maturing to dark purple-brown. Not far from Cumbria Police HQ! Seriously…. Found the liberty cap mushrooms on a cow pasture in south puget sound, these little guys can be difficult to identify as there are lots and lots of LBMs (little brown mushrooms) with similar characteristics. Thanks John, Picking mushrooms in the past, ive always just pulled them up, but I wonder if this damages the mycelium. My question is in regards to concybe ala(sp?) But then I looked up some lookalikes and now I'm worried that I've actually picked a whole load of non-active doppelgängers. Sure, go to the contact page and send through. Use many resources, and be skeptical of your own conclusions. Consult books, professionals and join clubs to educate yourself: There are no old bold mycologists, MORE PSILOCYBE IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION with Paul Stamets himself at a conference in Amsterdam, talking for an hour about many things he can not legally say in the USA, here is where he talks about the semilanceata mushroom pictured above, www.rogersmushrooms.com/gallery/DisplayBlock~bid~6565.asp, talks about the semilanceata mushroom pictured above.
Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Frank, I live in North Alabama and have been finding slot of mushrooms this year! You will likely find these growing in the same grassy fields where your”Liberty Caps” will be growing. But if you […], Your email address will not be published. It’s best to cut the stem as the mycelium can be damaged. Well it is evening for me here in NW Washington State hence the greeting. We can tell because of the purple-brown staining happening around the annuluar zone on the stipe. Really appreciated. It grows in scattered trooping groups, on soil amongst grass in lawns and pastures favoring hilly sites. Join your local mycological society for more information or at least attend their annual fall show where these will probably be available to inspect upon request only. Learn how your comment data is processed. I read your article or blog, which ever this is, and since then I have been looking at the mushrooms in my lawn. John October 16, 2017 Uncategorized 38 Comments. I’ve just been down local meadow and 300 y old common land I found two fully grown liberty I think the caps did not have the usual liberty but both were bruised light blue. Wait until autumn to venture out for them.
It has endless capabilities! (Maybe Ive just been over picking :$). planning to go hunting shrooms tommorow in the uk, I know excacly how liberty caps look but are there any identical poisonus deadly lookalikes in the grasslands I should know about as I get anxiety about poisonus things etc I've looked up lookalikes and none of them look like libs? Don’t let it deter you from enjoying some of nature’s greatest, most beautiful of gifts. Estate parkland or on hills and valleys in Wales where the land use is only excellent for sheep to graze on. However excercise caution with P.cyanescens – they are VERY potent and contain both psilocybin and psilocin (an analoge of DMT) so they aren’t for the feint of heart (or mind) and slow and careful testing of dosages is essential. Thank you for the information. Everything, if used properly and moderately proves to be beneficial. www.rogersmushrooms.com/gallery/DisplayBlock~bid~6565.asp.