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  • mushrooms
  • My colleague Greg Marley, whose excellent book Chanterelle Dreams, Amanita Nightmares: The Love, Lore, and Mystique of Mushrooms goes into this at length, says that fly agaric has been a symbol of yuletide happiness in Central Europe, Russia and Scandinavia for centuries, calling it "a red light shining bright in the winter darkness. (honest-food.net)
  • Amanita ochroterrea (Gentilli) Bas and A. brunneiphylla O.K.Miller are robust, macroscopically similar mushrooms described from the southwest of Western Australia. (edu.au)
  • agaric
  • My colleague Greg Marley, whose excellent book Chanterelle Dreams, Amanita Nightmares: The Love, Lore, and Mystique of Mushrooms goes into this at length, says that fly agaric has been a symbol of yuletide happiness in Central Europe, Russia and Scandinavia for centuries, calling it "a red light shining bright in the winter darkness. (honest-food.net)
  • Spores
  • Microscopic characters are sometimes required for success in amanita identification, but the necessary microscope work is often centered around simple analysis of spores, rather than more erudite microfeatures that require substantial microscope experience. (mushroomexpert.com)
  • Mushrooms
  • A few amanitas are "rubescent"--the term in Mycologese for mushrooms that blush pink or reddish when bruised, or develop reddish discolorations with age. (mushroomexpert.com)
  • Hi, Anyone know whether Amanita mushrooms are legal to import into the UK, either fresh, or dried. (shroomery.org)
  • It would seem strange if Amanita mushrooms are legal in any form, when the less dangerous Psy shrooms have increasing controls put on them! (shroomery.org)
  • However, even the small pieces stunk so bad that I did not want to leave them in my car for very long, so every time I stopped at a new place to hunt mushrooms, I left the bag of stink-bomb Amanita pieces on the ground beside my car and whenever I was ready to move on I'd pick it up and take it with me. (mushroomobserver.org)
  • It is actually safer to take Amanitas by drinking the urine of someone who has taken it than actually taking the mushrooms themselves. (drugs-forum.com)
  • Britain and Ire
  • Very rare in Britain and Ireland, Amanita echinocephala is mainly restricted to alkaline soils typical of the beechwoods of southern England, with just a few reports from Yorkshire (also on calcareous soil). (first-nature.com)
  • volva
  • Similar to Amanita ceciliae but usually retaining a volva, this smallish and generally fairly dark grisette occurs in association with fir, birch, larch and spruce. (first-nature.com)
  • The most obvious distinguishing feature of Amanita submembranacea is its thin, leathery (submembranous) white bag-like volva that greys and hardens, its surface looking like flakes of dull grey paint on a canvas background. (first-nature.com)
  • identification
  • Amanita identification often begins with the base of the stem, which means that you will need to dig your specimens out of the ground with a pocket knife. (mushroomexpert.com)
  • Identification of 2-amino-4,5-hexadienoic acid from Amanita pseudoporphyria Hongo. (springer.com)
  • Isolation and identification of L-2-amino-4,5-hexadienoic acid from Amanita neoovoidea . (springer.com)
  • Isolation and identification of (2 S )-2-amino-5-chloro-4-hydroxy-5-hexenoic acid from an Amanita of the section Roanokenses . (springer.com)
  • sequences
  • Molecular phylogeny of Amanita based on large-subunit ribosomal DNA sequences: Implications for taxonomy and character evolution. (springer.com)
  • sometimes
  • Amanita (sometimes referred to simply as a Toadstool ) is a poisonous food item that appears in Castlevania . (wikia.com)
  • known
  • Amanita submembranacea was originally described from France and is now known to occur in most European countries, from Norway right down to the Mediterranean and including the Iberian Peninsula. (first-nature.com)