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chipmunkridge
chipmunkridge
Yellow-tipped Coral
  Yellow-tipped Coral July 23, 2011
Yellow-tipped Coral
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lydiesmommy
lydiesmommy
Amanita Phalloides
  Amanita Phalloides January 02, 2011
Death Cap Amanita Phalloides
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lydiesmommy
lydiesmommy
Russula emetica
  Russula emetica January 01, 2011
Red cap, white body. Russula emetica
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mata_luna
mata_luna
  September 26, 2010
This mushroom was growing in a very clustered group on the side of fallen logs. About 3/4 of the down trees we saw had these growing on them. I believe they are poisonous
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
Schizophyllum commune
  Schizophyllum commune September 11, 2010
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schizophyllum_commune Schizophyllum commune
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
common lawn mushroom
  common lawn mushroom September 06, 2010
EXTREMELY TOXIC. The caps look similar to mushrooms in the genus Psilocybe, particularly the Psilocybe cyanescens and the Psilocybe subaeruginosa. They contain amatoxins which are highly toxic to the liver. common lawn mushroom
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Little Psylocybe Mushrooms
  Little Psylocybe Mushrooms January 06, 2010
Little Psylocybe Mushrooms
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Mycena
  Mycena December 29, 2009
Mycena cyanorrhiza stains blue and contains the hallucinogen psilocybin Mycena pura contains hallucinogen muscarine. Thirty-three known species are bioluminescent, called foxfire. Mycena
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gardengeek
gardengeek
White Agaric Mushroom
  White Agaric Mushroom December 11, 2009
Looks like a deadly Agaric of some sort. White Agaric Mushroom
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vivianja
vivianja
Fly Amarita????????
  Fly Amarita???????? September 22, 2009
Cap on this picture is about 10-12 inches across. Others in group varied from 3 or 4 inches up. Smaller ones were closed, like the one Alice's caterpillar sat on, some were flat, the largest ones looked like this. None were red, the orange color was actually a lttle more vivid than this photo. This is a cell photo, I didn't have my camera along, so a friend snapped the pic. My ID problem is that the red ones are the large, but the yellow-orange ones aren't supposed to get this big. Any idea Fly Amarita????????
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Poisonous Wolf Lichen
  Poisonous Wolf Lichen August 31, 2009
Green Fruticose Tree Lichen Wolf Lichen is poisonous, but it would take a bit to poison yourself. If you eat a small amount raw, it will taste so disgusting that you'd probably vomit or spit it out. If you do hold it down, you will get an incredibly painful stomache ache. All lichen will give you a stomache ache, you have to prepare them. Each lichen has a differing amounts of acid which requires a specific amount of neutralization. Most lichen is edible, (Wolf Lichen is not) but it must b Poisonous Wolf Lichen
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fadinha_green
fadinha_green
Amanita sp.
  Amanita sp. March 15, 2009
Amanita sp.
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heidbenati
heidbenati
Amanita citrina
  Amanita citrina March 15, 2009
Known as the false death cap, or Citron Amanita, Amanita citrina (previously also known as Amanita mappa), is a basidiomycotic mushroom, one of many in the genus Amanita. It grows in silicate soil in the summer and autumn months. It bears a pale yellow or sometimes white cap, with white stem, ring and volva. Though it is not highly poisonous, its similarity to the lethal death cap (Amanita phalloides) precludes its use in cooking. This mushroom has a fleshy pale yellow, or sometimes white, ca Amanita citrina
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fadinha_green
fadinha_green
Velvet-foot Fairy Fan
  Velvet-foot Fairy Fan March 15, 2009
Family: Geoglossaceae Velvet-foot Fairy Fan




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