Psilocybe Zapotecorum Illustration

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  1. the_chosen_one

    the_chosen_one there are no answers.. only choices Moderator Mushroom Doctor

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    artwork by Aqua and Red.

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    cultivation by yours truly.

    zaposawmill.jpg

    i just liked this a lot and wanted to make sure we have a copy here. a gift from my friend Aqua and Red :awegrow:
     
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  2. Major Myc

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    Wow! Nice ones!
     
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    i like em too
     
  4. jaguarette

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    some good stuff.
     
  5. Professor PinHead

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    I am a big fan TCO! :hi5:

    That casing looks like cactus soil, lol.

    What is it? Standard peat/verm/gypsum/lime?
     
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    nice TCO!
     
  7. the_chosen_one

    the_chosen_one there are no answers.. only choices Moderator Mushroom Doctor

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    you had it. cactus soil.. probably a mix of verm and peat too. i wanna say 60/20/20, but there is White Shark on the menu
    tonight and the ol' memory is fading quickly. oh! calcium. plenty of it. ;)

    thanks again everyone. i'm glad you enjoy!
     
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    Those caps!

    Beautiful. Optimal. Amazing.

    I hope for fruits anywhere near those....hoping.

    JD
     
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    Mentally noted. Thank you sir.... :hatsoff:
     
  11. Aqua and Red

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    Ah, mere stick figures these drawings are :p
     
  12. azure

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    Are those from allan's quila/jalisco collection? Zapotecorum seemed to be the preferred species up in Huautla, I'm STILL working on getting those huautla-zapos along. Slow and steady, we'll get there ... I know I've seen those pics somewhere, beautiful grow ... beautiful illustration!
     
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  13. the_chosen_one

    the_chosen_one there are no answers.. only choices Moderator Mushroom Doctor

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    it's the alan and cactu sawmill collection.. of 09 i think it was. i'd have to go back and research, but right now i'm too lazy to get my glasses lol. it's posted at a few places. i need to get the rest of the pics here.
     
  14. azure

    azure myco-devotee Mushroom Doctor

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    I have a zapo-print that came to me under the monicker 'quila' ... just trying to get all my ducks in a row here on these strains 'n species.
     
  15. iloveit03

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    @TCO how long was it from inoculation to the last flush ?
     
  16. the_chosen_one

    the_chosen_one there are no answers.. only choices Moderator Mushroom Doctor

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    how did I miss this post? sorry.

    I want to say about three to four months.. been a while now. I'd have to go back and look at the old threads :facepalm:
     
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    such a beautiful species
     
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    I am most interested to see what TCO does with the Huatla strain of zapotecorum.
     
  19. the_chosen_one

    the_chosen_one there are no answers.. only choices Moderator Mushroom Doctor

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    me too. if I ever get around to pouring more agar we'll find out lol. I usually have to say I am going to do it for a few weeks first so it shouldn't be much longer now.
     
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    Another first flush on a jar. The initial one is sending up more as well. Slow, but persistent.
     

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