Gold top mushroom picking

Discussion in 'Hallucinatory Substances' started by 420DrGreenthumb, Feb 24, 2009.

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    Lovell22

    Lovell22 New Member

    Hey fellas I live in queensland to and yesterday I found a tun of these growing in a mulch area of my yard they don't bruise when you squeeze the stem so I'm pretty sure they are nothing. Just wondering if anyone could tell me what they are because if they are poisonous I'll spray the area so my dogs don't eat them lol? Thanks.
     

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    throwdo

    throwdo Well-Known Member

    Nothing good there dont think your dogs would eat them
     
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    Lovell22

    Lovell22 New Member

    Sweet Thanks mate. they have tried already lol. Bloody eat everything the bastards...
     
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    Lovell22

    Lovell22 New Member

    Hey lads Sory to be such a pain in the ass. caught my stupid muts ripping these out dunno if they actually ate any or not. do you guys know if they are poisonous or harmless? tried looking over Google but didn't find aanything... thanks guys
     
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    throwdo

    throwdo Well-Known Member

    They would of been sick already
     
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    Lucky Luke

    Lucky Luke Well-Known Member

    Dogs are pretty clever... Never heard of one eating a mushroom..

    Wallabies like the golden tops though...
     
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    Shag Pile

    Shag Pile Active Member

    If your not searching for cubes. Then you should be hunting subs. I got a pic of pne for my avatar.

    After the first frost in nsw is a good rule of thumb to start searching. Search places with decent ground cover. Valleys of woodland hills or pine forests are good places, if there is bracken ferns growing your usually in the right spot.

    Subs have a bone white stem that bruises blue with pinched or crushed. There tops are a golden, caramel colour (similar to a deadly lookalike with a golden/orange top. These will bruise brown).
     
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    zigamarla

    zigamarla New Member

    Hey guys, these are the type I've been finding around my mates property... ? Cows everywhere so good likelihood I suppose but can anyone confirm or have experience with these...
     

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    Lucky Luke

    Lucky Luke Well-Known Member

    dont look like the golden tops near me.
     
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    HeatlessBBQ

    HeatlessBBQ Well-Known Member

    for real ^
     
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    RatGirl

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    Hey guys, I understand this forum is for Golden tops and I think these actually might be Blue meanies, but basically I need a little help identifying and there are so many good comments here I was really hoping someone might help me ID this guy based on these pic. If you can't help that's fine, but I also looked into the identifiers for blue meanies and gold tops. I live North QLD and it's Feb and there are a ton of these shrooms through the cow pies on our farm. Any advice would be much appreciated :) 20180224_203229.jpg 20180224_203259.jpg
     
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    Lucky Luke

    Lucky Luke Well-Known Member

    Im in Tassie and that's not like the golden tops around here.

    Next time cut the mushrooms stems and leave the root system un stressed and intacked.
     
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    RatGirl

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    Sorry, I'm a real novice. I thought I was meant to stress it to see if wen't dark blue/black. I don't think they are golden tops but I guess I just wanted some sort of opinion on whether or not these might be blue meanies... or at least not deadly. here are some pics of them still in the pie.
     

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    SEQLDER

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    C28BB2F9-AFFB-4CD0-AE80-AD2A6A62EAC3.jpeg 4CF22FEA-26B7-41B4-84FF-073E97C28869.jpeg 00411D70-67DD-4871-9CA8-C496771030A4.jpeg Hello, found these at home (Fraser coast qld). Have I struck gold or garbage? I’m going the later. Please let me know what you think. Enjoy being in nature and keen to learn and explore if any members want to share their knowledge. Thanks everyone
     

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