If you don't agree with our list leave a comment with your opinion! :) The Coolest and Trippiest Mushroom Pictures -- 36. Puff, The Magic Mushroom 35. 'Shrooms and Snails: One of Those Combos That Just Works 34. "Morel" Mushrooms are Among the Most Highly Saught Edible Mushrooms 33. "Mycena Chlorophos" Was the Earliest Discovered Glowing Fungi 32. The Prettiest Nickname Goes to "The Veiled Lady" 31. The Gorgeous "Entoloma Hochstetteri" Is Native to India and New Zealand 30. The Nickname "Eyelash Cups" Kinda Makes These Guys Even Creepier 29. It's Easy to See Where This Cool Little "Cup Fungus" Got Its Name 28. "Orange Pore Fungi" Add a Cheerful, Sunshiny Look to Any Log 27. These "Turkey Tail" Mushrooms Strut Their Stuff Like Bosses for Sure 26. Did This "Leratiomyces" Run Away from the Set of an Ice Cream Commercial? 25. "Indigo Milkcaps" Have Been Called the Most Beautiful 'Shroom You'll Ever Eat ... 24. "Ew. Go Home, Rhodotus Palmatus, Ur Drunk." 23. The "Schizophyllum Commune" May Be Common, but It Sure Is Pretty 22. These "Tiny Golden Mushrooms" Look Capable of Holding Their Own 21. This Rare Mushroom Is Commonly Known as the "Tiny Earthstar" 20. These "Hairy Mycena" Rock Those Threads with Style 19. This "Lion's Mane Mushroom" Is King of the Mushroom Forest 18. This "Toothed Mushroom" Looks Quite Capable of a Healthy Bite or Two 17. These "Lepiota" Mushrooms Look Like They Belong in the Forbidden Forest 16. The "Fluted Bird's Nest" Looks Like Something from a Mermaid Lagoon 15. This "Shaggy Ink Cap" Looks Ready to Vibe Out to Some Mellow Tunes 14. "Bleeding Tooth Fungi" Have Been Ranked Among the World's Creepiest Plants 13. This "Octopus Stinkhorn" Ain't Afraid to Show a Little Tentacle 12. "Pink Oysters": the Plastic Flamingos of the Mushroom World 11. This "Clathrus Ruber" May or May Not Be the Distant Cousin of a Dog Toy 10. The "Amethyst Deceiver's" Cool Color Fades as It Ages 9. These Classy "Porcelain Fungi" Are Pure and Pretty 8. This "Panus Fasciatus" Is Looking a Little Other-Worldly 7. This 'Shroom Demonstrates How It Got the Nickname "Starfish Fungi" 6. These "Puffball" Mushrooms are Rockin' the Tiny Elf Chimneys Look 5. This Bad Boy Is Commonly Known as "Devil's Cigar" or the "Texas Star" 4. The "American Marasmius" Is Putting on the Tiniest Forest Circus 3. The "Crepidotus," Which Grows on Logs or Trees, Rocks a Cool Fan-Shaped Look 2. These "Fly Agaric" Mushrooms Kinda Look Like Something from Mario Bros 1. These "Marasmius Haematocephalus" Laugh in the Face of Rain
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Life cycle of a mushroom in 60 seconds. This pair of Yellow Pleated Parasol mushrooms grew next to a potted plant indoors. Binomial name: Leucocoprinus birnbaumii Other common names: yellow houseplant mushroom plantpot dapperling Flower pot parasol Yellow pleated parasol Lemon yellow Lepiota Plantpot dapperling Yellow spirit umbrella Goudgele plooiparasol Keltaukonsieni Gelber Faltenschirmling This fungus is not edible. It can cause stomach trouble and may be poisonous. http://www.jekfoto.nl
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Welcome to Top10Archive! Foraging for food was our ancestors way of survival and although throughout the years we've learned what and what not to eat, there are still those times where misclassification or contamination occurs - and sometimes, the results can be deadly. From Angel Wings to Death Caps, we're counting down the top 10 deadliest mushrooms... Support us by shopping on Amazon! http://tinyurl.com/njwyzzn 10. Gyromitra esculenta (False Morel) 9. Podostroma Cornu-damae 8. Pholiotina Rugosa (Conocybe Filaris) 7. Pleurocybella porrigens (Angel Wings) 6. Galerina marginata (Autumn Skullcap) 5. Lepiota brunneoincarnata (Deadly Dapperling) 4. Cortinarius Rubellus (Deadly Webcap) 3. Amanita Verna (Fool's Mushroom) 2. Amanita Virosa (Destroying Angel) 1. Amanita phalloides (Death Cap) Voice Over Talent: https://www.youtube.com/user/thought2/
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Once again we find another fungal specimen to ponder! +Warning+ Do not eat this...UFO - Parasol of Death, Vomiting & Diarrhea! @ 1 Green Spored lepiota Chlorophyllum molybydites Green Gilled Parasol Poisonous
Time-lapse video of a pair of mushrooms growing with a house plant. Pictures were taken hourly for a total of 39 pictures. Timelapse frame rate is 3 hours per second. Pictures taken with my Olympus C7000-zoom camera and turned into a video with Windows Movie Maker. Music is from Infected Mushroom - Area 51.
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Top 5 Most Poisonous Mushrooms in The World 5. Webcaps (Cortinarius species) The two species of webcap, the deadly webcap (Cortinarius rubellus) and the fool’s webcap (Cortinarius orellanus), are very similar in appearance to both each other and to a number of edible varieties. These mushrooms feature a poison known as orellanin, which initially causes symptoms similar to the common flu. Orellanin has an insidiously long latency period and may take 2 days to 3 weeks to cause symptoms, often leading to a misdiagnosis. The toxin ultimately causes kidney failure and death if left untreated. In 2008, English author Nicholas Evans mistakenly collected and served webcap mushrooms to his relatives, resulting in hospitalization for four of them. He, his wife, and his brother-in-law all required kidney transplants as a result of the poisoning. 4. Autumn Skullcap (Galerina marginata) Common throughout the Northern Hemisphere and parts of Australia, Galerina marginata is a gilled, wood-rotting mushroom with the same amatoxins as the death cap mushroom. Ingestion causes diarrhea, vomiting, hypothermia, and liver damage, and can result in death if left untreated. While it is not especially similar to edible species, several deaths and poisonings have been attributed to collectors mistaking the autumn skullcap for hallucinogenic Psilocybe mushrooms. 3. Destroying Angels (Amanita species) The destroying angels are actually several species of all-white mushrooms in the genus Amanita. These incredibly toxic fungi are very similar in appearance to edible button mushrooms and the meadow mushrooms, and have been collected by mistake on numerous occassions. One of these species, Amanita bisporigera, is considered to be the most toxic North American mushroom. Symptoms take 5 to 24 hours to appear and include vomiting, delirium, convulsions, diarrhea, liver and kidney failure, and often lead to death. 2. Podostroma cornu-damae This rare fungus is native to Asia and has been responsible for a number of fatalities in Japan and Korea. Its red fruiting bodies contain potent toxins known as trichothecene mycotoxins and can cause multiple organ failure in those unlucky enough to consume them. Symptoms of poisoning include stomach pain, peeling skin, hair loss, low blood pressure, liver necrosis, acute kidney failure, and result in death if left untreated. 1. Deadly Dapperling (Lepiota brunneoincarnata) The deadly dapperling is a gilled mushroom known to contain amatoxins. Widely distributed throughout Europe and parts of Asia, the mushroom is fairly innocuous and has been mistaken for edible varieties, though poisonings are not very common. Accidental consumption leads to severe liver toxicity and can have lethal consequences if immediate treatment is not received. Music Island by MBB https://soundcloud.com/mbbofficial Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/6by8zhaG04Y
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This type of mushromm with aspect of parasol mushroom could easily mislead you. I would always doubt if it is the edible or the poisonous one. There are so much varieties of this sort of fungus and some are toxic mushroom species such as, for example, the Clitocybe Rivulosa, commonly known as the false champignon. I am showing you these mushrooms that spontaneously grow up in a pot where I was trying to cultivate another plant.
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Een smakelijke paddestoel die zo hier en daar veel voorkomt, soms in grote groepen.
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Want some Orchid tips? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaI3Dk... I seen a lot of stuff in Orchid pots, but never mushrooms! guess there's always something new with Orchids :) You can also visit my Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/MissOrchidGirl Tags and such: orchid care, orchids, miltonia, miltoniopsis,dendrobium, phalaenopsis, oncidium, cymbidium, house plants, missorchidgirl, how to care for orchids, mistakes with orchids, flower, reblooming orchids, vanda orchid, blue vanda, cattleya, flowers, garden, gardening, urban garden, watering orchids, repotting orchids
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Parasol காளான் (Macrolepiota procera அல்லது Lepiota procera) இது நன்கு வடிகட்டிய மண்ணில் ஒரு பொதுவான இனமாகும். அது தனியாகவோ அல்லது கூட்டமாகவோ, வனப்பகுதிகளில் எப்போதாவது காணப்படுகிறது. உலகளாவிய ரீதியில், மிதமான பகுதிகளிலும் இது பரவலாக உள்ளது. The parasol mushroom (Macrolepiota procera or Lepiota procera) is a basidiomycete fungus with a large, prominent fruiting body resembling a parasol. It is a fairly common species on well-drained soils. It is found solitary or in groups and fairy rings in pastures and occasionally in woodland. Globally, it is widespread in temperate regions. FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK MILHAN PHOTOGRAPHY AND SHARE YOUR FRIENDS SUBSCRIBE TO MORE VIDEOS CLICK HERE TO VISIT MY WEBSITE http://milhanphotography.blogspot.com https://milhanphotography.wordpress.com
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O Amanita muscaria, conhecido como agário-das-moscas ou mata-moscas é um fungo basidiomiceto natural de regiões com clima boreal ou temperado do hemisfério norte. Possui propriedades psicoativas e alucinógenas em humanos. Segundo o psiquiatra Alfredo Cataldo Neto a literatura especializada aponta principalmente a presença de três componentes ativos, o ácido ibotênico, muscimol e a bufotenina. Este autor ainda aponta que os efeitos do uso deste fungo tem início cerca de 15 minutos após sua ingestão onde o usuário pode apresentar vertigem, confusão mental, náusea e secura na boca. Este desconforto aos poucos vai dando lugar a um sono leve onde a pessoa experiencia visões e imagens oníricas. O pesquisador Robert Gordon Wasson, sugeriu que o cogumelo está associado ao Soma, bebida sagrada dos Vedas, os mais antigos textos religiosos. A bebida é citada nos hinos do Rigveda, que foi escrito por volta de 1700 a.C. -- 1100 a.C., durante o período védico em Punjabe - onde havia a presença de tais cogumelos, consumidos pelos xamãs da região. Wasson é o primeiro pesquisador a propor que a forma de intoxicação Védica era de natureza enteogênica. Na cultura popular, cogumelos vermelhos com pontos brancos, como o Amanita muscaria, aparecem, por exemplo, no jogo Super Mario Bros., no filme Fantasia da Disney de 1940 e nas ilustrações do livro Alice no País das Maravilhas, de Lewis Carrol, em que Alice aparece conversando com uma lagarta que está estendida sobre um Amanita muscaria enquanto fuma um narguilé, em visível insinuação psicodélica. Contudo, o cogumelo ilustrado por Tenniel não apresenta as verrugas brancas, nem Carrol o descreve de maneira a esclarecer sua espécie, deixando a interpretação a cargo do leitor.
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Saw this emerging in a flowerpot, so I timelapsed it.
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just one way of hundreds to prepare that delicious mushroom gather that at 27/08/2018
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Heute habe ich vor allem Schirm aber Steinpilze gefunden. Täublinge waren sehr massig am Auftreten :D Musik: "Fearless First" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Rains Will Fall" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Recording of short session where I played with quick capture of Parasol Mushroom (Kania). Textures created with Dabarti Capture ( dabarti.com/capture ) and rendered with V-Ray GPU. Grab texture set here for free: https://gum.co/Parasol_Mushroom We went for reference scouting for new project we're working on and ended up bringing back some nice mushrooms that had to be captured right away before loosing their natural beauty. Capture process took few minutes and processing was about 30 minutes. And now we will eat it. ;) Best, Tomasz
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Mushrooms in My Garden - CAN I EAT THEM? https://youtu.be/9N4b62f0znU Join My Facebook GARDENING GROUP Here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArizonaGarden/ Find Me on Snapchat & Instagram: "JakeMaceTaiChi" Join My New Online Gardening School for $5 at http://subscriptions.viddler.com/JakeMaceKungFu (Scroll to the Bottom) Check out My NEW Gardening STORE Here: http://jakemace.com/kungfu/Gardening_STORE.html JOIN My NEW Facebook GARDENING PAGE! Click HERE: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArizonaGarden/ Let's Garden Together Online. My New Gardening Online School is $5 a month or $50 a year at http://www.JakeMace.com Check Out & ORDER Our Gardening Supplies & Tree Food HERE: http://jakemace.com/kungfu/Gardening.html Hit the "Like" button, Click "SUBSCRIBE", Comment Below, and Share this Video! Friend me on Facebook at http://www.Facebook.com/jakemace.taichi Check out my website at http://www.JakeMace.com Email me at: [email protected] Check out my other YouTube channels at: http://www.YouTube.com/ShaolinCenter http://www.YouTube.com/OrderTaiChi http://www.YouTube.com/VeganAthlete
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Hi guys this video is pretty informal, I was about to shoot a more in-depth video when my son’s photo bombed as usual. Sorry if you were looking for something more serious. Major pointer: I over water Fungus likes moist humid soil (which is why I also have fungus gnats) Mushrooms feed off dead matter (I drop the dead leaves into the soil, I will stop doing that) The mushrooms are not harmful to the plant Do not eat them!
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The original time-lapse photography by Jan Eric Krikke compresses a few days of life into about 60 seconds, which I then reduced to 30 seconds, tiling the image and repeating select moments. The mushrooms on display are known as the 'yellow spirit umbrella', Leucocoprinus birnbaumii, and are commonly found in houseplants the world over.
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Here with a quick video test of the samsung HMX-F90 and how it zooms in very close, Samsung HMX-F90 Review.Giant Huge Waterbug Eating Mushroom Fungus "Up Close" Fungi, this was a Old Mushroom grow kit , edible Please rate, subscribe, and comment. Thanks for watching ▶ MY Facebook Like Page ▶ https://www.facebook.com/GardeningMore Twitter ▶ https://twitter.com/RayGrowTexas Please contact me for any reason if you need to=)
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Aloha! Hope everyone had a beautiful day! In this video I show u my lavender that's blooming slowly but surely! Then I found a mysterious mushroom that is probably poisonous but just interesting to look at! Finally a garden harvest! I had to pick some bok choy to give the baby bok choy more room to grow. I bet they feel a whole lot roomier!! Lol! Had to pull up some white short radishes too because they r letting me know they wanna be pulled out!! Anyway hope u enjoy this video & mahalo for watching!! Take care!🌻🌞
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Ezt a videót a YouTube Videoszerkesztővel készítettem (http://www.youtube.com/editor) video made in august 2014 in central hungary nagy őzlábgomba, Macrolepiota procera, parasol mushroom, Gemeiner Riesenschirmling, Parasol, Riesenschirmpilz, La lépiote élevée, coulemelle
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Stopping mushrooms from growing in a garden involves shading out their sun source with newspaper or overgrown grass, working the dirt with a rake or spraying them with a natural bathroom cleaner that is safe for the environment. Get rid of mushroom overgrowth with advice from a sustainable gardener in this free video on gardening. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: www.vanveenbulbs.com Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner
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Sehr wahrscheinlich ist es Lepiota cristata - der Stinkschirmling, der hier in 25 Sekunden seine Schirme entfaltet, was normalerweise 3 Tage dauert! Alle Bestimmungsmerkmale passen, außer dem Gestank?? Tja, vielleicht ist das Geruchsempfinden recht subjektiv. Gewachsen ist er übrigens aus einer torfreien Biopflanzenerde heraus :-) Dem Baumfarn im Kübel scheint dies bislang nichts auszumachen. Ich halte Euch auf dem Laufenden. Doktor Green Musik: "Monkeys Spinning Monkeys" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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This toxic mushroom may be easily confused with macrolepiota species which are non toxic
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#YTEduMX Este hongo es maravilloso, enorme y bello. Aunque es tóxico, es muy importante para los ecosistemas.
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10 MOST DEADLY MUSHROOMS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZZH2FpU5fw https://www.planetdeadly.com/nature/poisonous-mushrooms Deadly Dapperling (Lepiota sp. ) This small, tasty looking mushroom and many of the Lepiota family, contain the deadly amatoxin which is capable of destroying the liver. It is this toxin that is responsible for 80-90% of all mushroom poisoning deaths. The initial symptoms are gastrointestinal-intestinal distress but death may take some time and result from liver failure. It is found in conifer forests throughout Europe and North America . Podostroma Cornu-damae The main toxins in these fungi are trichothecene mycotoxins which have particularly unpleasant effects and may cause death within a matter of days. The symptoms are system wide and can affect all organs, primarily liver, kidneys and brain. There is also a depletion of blood cells, peeling of skin off the face and hair loss making it look like the victim is suffering from radiation poisoning (or leukemia). Deadly Webcap (Cortinarius rubellus) In fact it is incredibly poisonous and eating it will possibly kill you; if not within weeks at a later date when your kidneys pack in. This is what happened in the case of The Horse Whisperer author Nicholas Evans. Along with his wife and two other guests they ate deadly webcaps that they had collected mistaking them for something edible. Whilst they all survived Evans was put on kidney dialysis and all were told they would need kidney transplants in the future. False Morel (Gyromitra esculenta) The toxin here is gyromitrin which becomes monomethylhydrazine (MMH) after you eat it. This toxin will primarily affect the liver but also the nervous system and sometimes the kidneys. Symptoms such as diarrhea and vomiting will appear within hours and are followed by dizziness, lethargy and headache. In the worst case this will end in a coma and death within the week. The Destroying Angels They contain lethal doses of amatoxins and are responsible for a large proportion of all mushroom related deaths. The initial symptoms of cramps, delirium, convulsions, vomiting and diarrhea appear with a day of ingestion. Unfortunately, by this time the toxins may have been absorbed causing irreversible destruction of the kidney and, particularly, liver tissue. At this point a liver transplant may be the only option if the patient is to survive. Death Cap (Amanita phalloides) The death cap has a long history and is associated with the deaths of a number of notable victims including the Roman Emperor Claudius, a pope and a Russian tsar. The primary toxic agent is α-amanitin (amatoxin). As mentioned this causes irreversible damage to the liver and kidneys. It is estimated that 30 grams (1oz) or approx. half a mushroom is enough to kill an adult. Unlike some of the other fungus on this list the toxicity of the death cap remains unchanged if they are cooked, dried or frozen. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyaa_Kool_Hai_Hum http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0456500/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vilasrao_Deshmukh Vilasrao Dagadojirao Deshmukh (26 May 1945 – 14 August 2012) was an Indian politician who served two terms as the Chief Minister of the state of Maharashtra. He also served in the Union cabinet as the Minister of Science and Technology and Minister of Earth Sciences. Minister of Rural Development ,Minister of Panchayati Raj, , Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises. Vilasrao Deshmukh was Chief Minister of Maharashtra, 1999 to 2003 and from 2004 to 2008, and member of the Indian National Congress ,originally belonging to Latur district region of Maharashtra. Critically ill with kidney and liver failures, Deshmukh died on 14 August 2012 due to multiple organ failure at Global Hospitals, Chennai. http://www.gleneaglesglobalhospitals.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_Hospitals_Group In the aftermath of the November 2008 Mumbai attacks, Public opinion had forced the Maharashtra state’s chief minister, Vilasrao Deshmukh, and his deputy, the state home minister, R. R. Patil, to resign . He took the moral responsibility and offered to resign, which was then accepted by the party. The BJP leader of the opposition Sudhir Mungantiwar criticised him saying: "He has misused his position when he took Ram Gopal Varma (RGV) to the Taj (Mahal Palace & Tower Hotel) after the terror attack." Deshmukh was diagnosed with cirrhosis in summer 2011 He was admitted to Mumbai's Breach Candy Hospital in the first week of August 2012, where he was diagnosed with liver and kidney failure. He was flown to Chennai for a liver transplant by air ambulance on 6 August. Attempts to commence the liver transplant failed as a clinically dead man, whose liver and kidney were to be transplanted into Deshmukh, died the night before the operation. He died the following day on 14 August at 14:00 due to an apparent multiple organ failure.
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