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It& amazing what mushrooms can do! Mushroom-guru Paul Stamets answers our many questions about those fabulous fungi, including how different types of mushrooms can help us get the nutrients we need, develop powerful new medicines and clean up toxic waste.

Heaven Can Wait - The Most Powerful Hallucinogen

Elegant Pink Mushrooms, so pretty and unusual. I have always loved Pink. I know it's in Vogue right Now, But it's always been my favorite Color. My bedroom furniture as a Girl was all Pink. I had the coolest room. Thanks Mom.

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Amethyst Deceiver (Laccaria amethystina) ~ By Marcel Schäfer. looses color as it ages~ technically edible but not a good choice to eat because pollutants in the soil can bioaccumulate in the mushroom

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"Alice in Wonderland" . Director by Tim Burton. This film is about a girl, Alice by name. You'll learn a lot of interesting about her travelling in Wonderland.

Beautiful...just beautiful

Verdigris Agaric Mushrooms (Stropharia Aeruginosa) we found one of these-brilliant. But the bench it grew beside was stolen and it never came back again. The same happened with an earth star and a big log. Leave the wood to rot where it falls PLEASE!

Slime mould, Stemonitis family. by Esther's Art and Photography...a dear friend of mine who knows her Tasmanian fungi!

Slime mold or slime mould is a broad term describing some organisms that use spores to reproduce. Slime molds were formerly classified as fungi but are no longer considered part of this kingdom

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Amanitas (Amanita muscaria), spotted by Agustin Amenabar in Lago Ranco, near Rio Bueno, Chile

Amanitas (Amanita muscaria), spotted by Agustin Amenabar in Lago Ranco, near Rio Bueno, Chile. Such a beautiful sight

Persistent Waxcap (Hygrocybe acutoconica) ~ By Eduardo  Duro

I am at awe with nature's ability in producing colors, textures and forms such as this. Persistent Waxcap (Hygrocybe acutoconica) ~ By Eduardo Duro

Cogeremos flores de diferentes colores y las pegaremos encima de una cartulina en forma de flor. Luego la echaremos laca para que se disequen.

Laetiporus sulphureus, are commonly known as sulphur shelf, chicken of the woods, the chicken mushroom, or the chicken fungus because many think they taste like chicken.

Amazing sight on a big old beech tree - tier upon tier of beautiful, unmarked Branched Oyster mushrooms (check out the gills running in grooves down the stems in the photo - thanks to Flaxton for pointing out this characteristic in an earlier post). Caps were a lovely grey/brown with a hint of lilac. Creamy/white gills.

Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus Super tasty and one of the few mushrooms capable of guarding trees from Honey funghus

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canna-miss: rhamphotheca:Honey Mushrooms (Armillaria sp.) grow on a moss covered stump in Argylle, Scotland. photograph by Patrick Mackie. You mean fairy stairs