I've got some dried Amanita muscaria mushroom specimens from Siberia. They're the big red & white spotted "fairy tale" mushrooms. Not my pic but they look generally like this:
I know they can't be artificially grown in a terrarium due to their symbiotic relations with microhizzae and coniferous trees. So I was curious if anyone familiar with Mushroom cultivation thinks it may be possible for me to start outdoor colonies of the form here by crushing the dried mature caps (presumably still containing at least some spores) and lightly raking the crushed bits into the soil underneath a few different appropriate trees & watering in? Or perhaps "planting" (innoculating) in autumn when the rains can come for days on end. Obviously nothing would appear for at least a year but it would be great to have them naturalized along the trails in my woods.