Stu Pickell

program director and vice president, Los Angeles Mycological Society

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It’s not just poppies that grow abundantly after heavy rains in Southern California. Mushrooms like it too, and foragers are on the hunt to find them.

Heavy rains bring a ‘super bloom’ and a ‘super shroom’

It’s not just poppies that grow abundantly after heavy rains in Southern California. Mushrooms like it too, and foragers are on the hunt to find them.

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