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8 Dangerously Beautiful Poisonous Mushrooms

8 Dangerously Beautiful Poisonous Mushrooms <-----actually bloody tooth fungi is edible

Cogumelos - Congumelos coralloides - recebe esse nome porque realmente o fungo se parece com um coral.

Hericium is a genus of edible mushrooms in the Hericiaceae family. Species in this genus are white and fleshy and grow on dead or dying wood; fruiting bodies resemble a mass of fragile icicle-like spines that are suspended from either a branched.

We found this colorful coral fungus (Clavinopsis fusiformis or Clavaria fusiformis) growing on a mowed woodland path on our neighbor's property near Mars Hill in Madison Co., NC. It is one of the 2,000+ fungi that are found in the southern Appalachians.

We found this colorful coral fungus (Clavinopsis fusiformis or Clavaria fusiformis) growing on a mowed woodland path on our neighbor's property near Mars Hill in Madison Co. It is one of the fungi that are found in the southern Appalachians.

Amanita jacksonii… - Easy Branches

American Caesar's Mushroom (Amanita jacksonii) ~ By Todd Elliott Flagstaff in the Fall

Cyttaria darwinii  http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/artful-amoeba/2013/01/15/darwins-neon-golf-balls/

Darwin's Neon Golf Balls - Cyttaria darwinii - the beech orange fungus of Tierra del Fuego

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Dainty Pink Mushrooms ~ Marasmius pulcherripes ↠↠ all of the earth is beautiful, even some fungi! --> they look like flowers they are so fragile appearing <--LIZ

Is that a yellow hobbit door I see?

Don't even try to tell me this isn't a fairy village, because I will simply stick my fingers in my ears and refuse to hear you.---Ok, I'm not getting in the way of a girl and her fantasy ;) And yes this does look like a fairy village, very cool.

Humaria hemisphaerica fungi, commonly known as the hairy fairy cup - Imgur

Humaria hemisphaerica fungi, commonly known as the hairy fairy cup

Post with 2444 views. Humaria hemisphaerica fungi, commonly known as the hairy fairy cup

- they look like arms and hands! Clavulina amethystina is a species of coral fungus in the family Clavulinaceae.

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