Discussion in 'Show Your Collection' started by niba, Oct 27, 2008.
Thanks, Roger, for making these available
Great shots; giant ape, giant 'shrooms. Do you know what kind of fungi those are?
The one with Jirass and in the last ape photo is a destroying angel (genus Amanita) and is highly toxic.
The others are probably genus Psilocybe and contain psilocybin but not positive on the ID so not gonna try them.
We have had several varieties of edible shrooms in our yard.
Minnesota also has several, I only pick the edible (food) mushrooms that I've been taught to identify. Any psilocybe are opportunistic, but we do have one up north that is similar to Big Laughing Gym (Japan). Sort of like a soper crossed with a microdose, or so a friend tells me.
Our yard is full of interesting mushrooms. Just wish more were choice edibles.
Yard Sale NoName dino, thrift store birdcage, left over spray paint and our yard.
The yard is crazy with mushrooms. This is genus Amanita. Highly toxic but largest we've had. Weighs in at 3 ounces.
Brilliant pix; toxic shrooms, deadly dinos! Love 'em!
He’s got a lil’ umbrella! That’s so awesome to have at scale!
Dedicated Mushroom/Toy thread please ...
^Possibly https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amanita_phalloides Highly toxic: deadly.
Santa is an amanita: https://catalystmagazine.net/the-psychedelic-secrets-of-santa/
Uncle Kaiju's ancestor, Uncle Ducky arose and rolled away the spoons.
Beater of Boletes, Fighter of Fungi!
Assassin of Amanitas! Murderer of Morels!
Not a psilocybe nor psilocybin-containing mushroom, tho a neat being, none-the-less.
This highly recommended tome will help guide psilocybin-containing mushroom id-ing.
Here's where you can get more(l) answers and meet other neat folks.
"Knowing the risks, I (we) agree to assume the risks, and agree to release, hold harmless, and to indemnify the Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club, and any of its officers or members, from any and all legal responsibility for injuries or accidents incurred by myself or my family during, or as a result of, any mushroom identification, field trip, excursion, meeting or dining sponsored by the club."
Gary was an amazing being: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/23/...spread-the-joy-of-mushrooms-far-and-wide.html
Been obsessed with Mr. Ree as of late and luckily he got a new friend yesterday
gumt1 by i thorn, on Flickr
Wonderful; totally looks at home there, nice!
more strangeness in the garden
cordiceps by i thorn, on Flickr
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