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Amanita Muscaria Mushroom Documentary ; Hunting , Habitat , Drying , Determination (fly agaric)

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The Fly Agaric, Amanita muscaria , is a hallucinogen and must be considered poisonous. These attractive fungi often appear in groups and are a common sight in all kinds of woodlands. Usually recurring in the same place for several years, Amanita muscaria is found frequently throughout the northern hemisphere, including Britain and Ireland, mainland Europe, Asia, the USA and Canada. For a detailed description of the Amanita genus and identification of common species see our Simple Amanita Key When they first emerge from the leaf litter of the forest floor, the young fruitbodies are covered entirely in pointed white warts, as seen here. As the caps expand the red pellicle shows through until eventually the cap comprises mainly red skin with white warts distributed more or less evenly across its surface. Heavy rain or even contact with animals is sometimes sufficient to remove some or all of the white flakes from the cap of a Fly Agaric, so you may see some 'bald' specimens.

This is serious stuff, folks. Mistake this mushroom for another amanita and you can die. No mushroom presents more of an enigma than the fly agaric, Amanita muscaria. I am not into hallucinations. Or stomach cramping, for that matter.

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Hallucinogenic mushrooms are perhaps the last thing you'd expect to find growing in the Queen of England's garden. Yet a type of mushroom called Amanita muscaria — commonly known as fly agaric, or fly amanita — was found growing in the gardens of Buckingham Palace by the producers of a television show, the Associated Press reported on Friday Dec. Finding these mushrooms in an English garden would be "not particularly" unusual, saidDonald Pfister, a biologist at Harvard University who studies fungi, though he added that he didn't know for certain whether the fungi in question were, indeed, A. The fungi are known to grow near evergreen trees. They can also grow under deciduous trees, such as birch, Pfister said. The species is native to temperate and subarctic regions in the Northern Hemisphere, but it has also been introduced to the Southern Hemisphere. The main psychoactive ingredient is the compound muscimol, which mimics the brain signaling chemical GABA, which inhibits neuronal activity.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Yrrogaland says:

    Amanita muscaria , commonly known as the fly agaric or fly amanita , is a basidiomycete of the genus Amanita.

  2. Massimo C. says:

    Amanita muscaria, Fly Agaric mushroom

  3. Laszlo D. says:

    Amanita muscaria, commonly known as the fly agaric or fly amanita, is a basidiomycete of the the fly agaric is a large white-gilled, white-spotted, usually red mushroom, and is one of the . Amanita caesarea is distinguished by its entirely orange to red cap, which lacks the numerous white warty spots of the fly agaric.

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