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Question by nathan.grell. Uploaded on May 05, 2009
All over Ten. Get out!
I would go with Jim, but all I know is that the chance of finding some in Florida is slim to none.
I'm glad to hear that Jim... when I get back to Tn, I'LL have to keep my eyes open.
I am just a little bit nervouse about making a mistake in identification because I was always taught in Texas never to eat a wild mushroom.
I found some in Indiana a couple of weeks ago, but the woods are so overgrown here in Mt. Juliet I have no idea where to go find them here in TN where you don't have to walk in waist-high weeds? Please let me know if you are aware of any places.
Agreed with Jim in Mo and + 1 for you sir!!!
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