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Amanita phalloidesspecies accounts for more than 90 percent of mushroom-related poisonings and fatalities worldwide.
via The Atlantic
Mushroom Bloom Time-lapse
Much of the fungus (Armillaria gallica) is underground, but in the fall it sprouts honey mushrooms.
This Humongous Fungus Has Been Around Since...
Psychedelic mushrooms likely developed their “magical” properties to trip up fungi-munching insects, suggests new research.
Psilocybin Could Be Legal for Therapy by 2021
I came across these yesterday, the latest in the year I've ever seen them, by about a month.
Here in the southern Rockies, they grow only on...
Another slime mold thing ... a slug eating a slime mold.
Eating slime mold
I did not know this. So after your comment, I did a little internet research and I see that Slime molds were formerly classified as fungi but are...
Photographs by Valeriya Zvereva.
Alien Forest: Astonishing Macro Photographs of Fungus Molds
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This species is, according to wikipedia, found in mountainous areas of western North America, but I've never seen it here in northern New Mexico,...
instead of a microphone
... footwear is made from a certain type of fungus called ‘tinder sponge.’ ...
These Sneakers Made From Mushrooms Are The Best Type of Foot...
Ambrosia beetles evolved a variety of morphological structures to carry their fungal symbionts from tree to tree
Fungus Pockets | Ambrosia Symbiosis
I came across this interesting mushroom, on the internet not the field.
Just a little puffball, no more than 3 cm across, but I thought it was cool how the soil formed around it. There were quite a few puffballs in the...
though peanuts for you all in the PNW, I'm sure.
I was wondering about its duotone appearance. If I see any again, how would I check for parasitic growth? Would it scrape off?
Southern Rocky Mountains in northern New Mexico USA.
8000 ft asl. Near Big Tesuque Creek.
Some anecdata on the species ... I've returned to this site 1 year later and today, 2 years later, and have not seen it. Last year I was not too...
The substrate wasn't obvious in that the were coming out of soil, but there might have been dead wood underneath that.
My current thinking is now...