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Black Amanita called Amanita Pachycolea ~ By Noah Siegel - myös Suomessa lounaisalueilla, vanhoissa havumetsissä harvinaisena. Ei ruokasieni.

Black Amanita called Amanita Pachycolea ~ By Noah Siegel - myös Suomessa lounaisalueilla, vanhoissa havumetsissä harvinaisena. Ei ruokasieni.

Balsamico Soja Gebratene Knoblauchpilze

Balsamic Soy Roasted Garlic Mushrooms

Balsamico Soja Gebratene Knoblauchpilze

It's time to get your fungus knowledge down with this mushroom infographic

It's time to get your fungus knowledge down with this mushroom infographic

Purple and black Blown Glass mushroom

Purple and black Blown Glass mushroom

Russula mushroom

Russula mushroom

Entre hojas de roble y casi cubierto totalmente por ellas,  en la posición inclinada que podéis ver, se encontraba este pequeño boletus. Después de fotografiarlo lo cubrí nuevamente. El próximo fin de semana procuraré regresar y comprobar si continúa allí.

Entre hojas de roble y casi cubierto totalmente por ellas, en la posición inclinada que podéis ver, se encontraba este pequeño boletus. Después de fotografiarlo lo cubrí nuevamente. El próximo fin de semana procuraré regresar y comprobar si continúa allí.

The "Destroying Angel" (Amanita bisporigera), is as deadly as it is beautiful.

The "Destroying Angel" (Amanita bisporigera), is as deadly as it is beautiful.

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Seened

mushroomjoe:I found this beautiful young stand of Coprinopsis atramentaria, “Tippler’s Bane,” outside my tent at the Finger Lake Campground in Wasilla. When maturing, this mushroom “deliquesces,” meaning it turns into a melting black goo laden with spores. It adopted its common name because, although it’s edible, it reacts severely if you have alcohol in your system. Symptoms include vomiting, facial reddening, and tingling. Alcohol consumed up to three days after eating this mushroom can…

mushroomjoe:I found this beautiful young stand of Coprinopsis atramentaria, “Tippler’s Bane,” outside my tent at the Finger Lake Campground in Wasilla. When maturing, this mushroom “deliquesces,” meaning it turns into a melting black goo laden with spores. It adopted its common name because, although it’s edible, it reacts severely if you have alcohol in your system. Symptoms include vomiting, facial reddening, and tingling. Alcohol consumed up to three days after eating this mushroom can…

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