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    Default P weraroa?

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    Hi guys i have hunted subs for years and have had alot of fun doing it. I have decided to expand into other types this is my first attempt at finding p weraroa so im wanting to check these are actually them.
    Found on a decaying log in a forest park
    Manawatu region
    2-2.5 cm
    400 metres above sea level
    Unable to get spore print possibly because it was a few days before i could get them home.
    Chocolate gills
    http://i.imgur.com/rnVlZWl.jpg
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    Unfortunately not.

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    Ok thanks. I kinda got my hopes up with the blue bruising. Can anyone tell me what these are as they didnt look like viscern to me? And how to tell the differences from p weraroa in future?

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    The first species is Psilocybe weraroa The last picture has some promising looking pins in it.

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    Thats awesome news the examples in the first pic came off the same branch. I have two pieces of the branch with pins on them. Will keep updated with pics as the pins grow. Some advice on what to put in a tub for them would be awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos View Post
    Thats awesome news the examples in the first pic came off the same branch. I have two pieces of the branch with pins on them. Will keep updated with pics as the pins grow. Some advice on what to put in a tub for them would be awesome.
    my bad bro i didnt see the first pic, well done

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos View Post
    Thats awesome news the examples in the first pic came off the same branch. I have two pieces of the branch with pins on them. Will keep updated with pics as the pins grow. Some advice on what to put in a tub for them would be awesome.
    Using the surrounding leaf litter/species of would work in a bucket in a cool humid environment.

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    niice! I think these are notoriously difficult to get spore prints from. wish we had them down south!

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    Weed in NZ
    Definatley p weraroa. Only had ten grams fresh good trip but will do fifteen next time felt like i got to a door but but never got to see what was inside lol. Much different to the subs and the liberty caps i have had in the past.

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