RF2AARP4K–Poisonous mushroom Amanita muscaria next to basket in forrest, concept of mushroom hunter. Warning, inedible.
RMB2F5PD–Poisonous Mushroom Trio
RFR9CA2P–Red fly agaric mushroom isolated on white bakground
RFKHNK86–Common Earthball (Scleroderma citrinum) occurs widely in woods, heathland and grassland from autumn to winter. It is a poisonous species.
RFWWAXKF–Poisonous mushrooms in the forest
RF2D3B7DT–Mycenae galericulata, rosy-gill fairy helmet inedible mushrooms. Toxic. Very small poisonous mushroom.
RMBG68JY–Germany, Bayerischerwald, a particular of a poisonous fungus, Fomitopsis pinicola
RFS3JF15–Amanita muscaria, commonly known as the fly agaric or fly amanita, brights red poisonous and hallucinogenic toadstools
RF2AF6MDC–Galerina marginata, known as funeral bell, deadly skullcap or deadly Galerina, deadly poisonous fungus from Finland
RMBR84JJ–Amanita pantherina, Panther cap mushroom
RFH4DKWT–beautiful big red fly agaric in the forest
RF2H6PHFX–Fresh fly agaric on forest floor. Red mushroom with white spots. Poisonous. Amanita muscaria.
RFP6CE85–Small amanita muscaria in the moss - detail
RF2ARA5GK–The deadly poisonous fungus Amanita phalloides grows in the forests of Central Europe.
RF2DWTW44–A Small Mushroom Grows On A Rotting Branch. It Looks Harmless, But It Is A Poisonous Fungus.
RF2JEM74M–Cluster of mushrooms and bright green grass growing in a garden in spring. Bunch of poisonous fungus spreading in a field in nature on a sunny day
RFCYA3M3–Amanita muscaria, commonly known as the fly agaric or fly amanita. Red and white spotted poisonous fungus
RF2EAJ0JM–Fly agaric from above - close-up
RF2AC0380–Young woman putting poisonous mushroom Amanita muscaria to basket in forrest, concept of mushroom hunter. Warning, inedible.
RM2D15F4C–A late 19th Century chart illustrating poisonous fungi from ingestion of toxic substances present in the fungi. These symptoms can vary from slight gastrointestinal discomfort to death in about 10 days. The toxins present are secondary metabolites produced by the fungus. Fungi are all members of the group of eukaryotic organisms