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If you are looking to forage for your own psychedelic mushrooms, analysts have mapped out the best places in the United States to get your trip on.
Using data from wildlife identification and observation app iNaturalist, data scientists at moveBuddha mapped out the best locations for mushroom hunting in the country. The analysis used research-grade observations of fungi reported in the app, which included a photo, date, and geographical coordinates.
Mushroom foraging, usually for culinary use, is a popular pastime throughout temperate regions of the United States and Canada, Europe, Australia, Japan, Korea, and parts of the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent. It offers people a chance to get out into nature, and maybe find some magic fungi along the way. But foraging doesn’t come without risks. It can be difficult to distinguish edible species from toxic ones, so if you are at all in doubt over the mushroom you have found, you should not eat it.
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