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Jeśli nie był do tej pory notowany w Polsce, to wcale nie znaczy że go nie ma.
Trzeba sprawdzić. Może to będzie pierwsze stanowisko.
szkoda, że tak mało informacji jest o nim w necie, no, poza psychodelicznym działaniem, nawet ma swój profil na FB ;)
Błażej pewnie się ucieszy :)
chyba nie tylko na Węgrzech...
pozwolę sobie zamieścić fragment z książki Jochena Gartz'a - "Magic Mushrooms Around The World, A Scientific Journey Across Cultures and Time"
"As fruiting bodies of the Inocybe aeruginascens were found simultaneously in Hungary and Germany, the direction of the species' geographical migration could not be determined. It is possible that the species was initially confined to a very small area and only began to attract attention after it had migrated into new habitats. We can only speculate about the possibility of mutations that may have evolved from known species over a relatively short period of time.
Finally, during the 1980s, a few fruiting bodies were collected at locations in Holland (1980) and the Rhone Valley (Wallis Canton) of Switzerland (1984)"
i dalej nieco o siedlisku i porze występowania:
"They tend to grow near the roots of different deciduous trees (Populus, Tilia, Quercus, Betula), on lawns in parks and gardens, at the edges of trails and in the paved margin areas of tree-lined sidewalks (where they may even grow on bare, sandy soil) as well as amongst the greenery of residential areas in the suburbs and communities in and around Berlin."
"Herein lies the most marked difference between Inocybe aeruginascens and other
European psychotropic mushroom species: Inocybe aeruginascens grows only in areas of human development. Their prime locations are in the middle of villages and towns, where they grow locally much like other Inocybe species. They may temporarily produce mass quantities of fruiting bodies, in those locations that are typical habitats for the edible varieties of the fairy ring mushroom."
"Fruiting occurs at the time of greatest biochemical activity of the symbiotic partner trees. Following periods of extended rainfall, Inocybe aeruginascens grows in the trees' root areas from late May until October. The mushrooms are especially common in May and June, a time period during which Inocybe aeruginascens is easily differentiated from other species of fibreheads, as long as one pays close attention to locations, the characteristic greenish to bluish discoloration (e.g. if the mushrooms are stored overnight, especially in the refrigerator)"
no ciekawe, może włożyć je do lodówki?
(wypowiedź edytowana przez wink 07.czerwca.2013)
Jeżeli to on, to pierwsze nie będzie:D Prześlij proszę.
Niestety to nie on. I. splendens v. splendens