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Fly Agaric?
    #11255773 - 10/15/09 09:54 PM (8 years, 7 days ago)

Found this guy behind my work in a swampy woodchip area, It looks like a Fly Agaric to me... is there anything else it could be?



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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: DtoX]
    #11255869 - 10/15/09 10:12 PM (8 years, 7 days ago)

Amanita amerimuscaria.


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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: HerbBaker]
    #11256271 - 10/15/09 11:07 PM (8 years, 7 days ago)

poisonous right?


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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: DtoX]
    #11256363 - 10/15/09 11:23 PM (8 years, 7 days ago)

until you cook/dry it, then the ibotenic acid becomes delicious muscimol


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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: Kierkegaard]
    #11256468 - 10/15/09 11:42 PM (8 years, 7 days ago)

when properly cured its:w0ahhhhmahnnn:


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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: Salomon]
    #11256695 - 10/16/09 12:17 AM (8 years, 6 days ago)

if you pick it post a pic with the stem on it. it may not be an amanita muscaria, there are a few amanitas that look very similar but have different stems. i know that if the stem is yellow it is not amanita muscaria. if it is A. muscaria, you can eat it if you dry it in your oven at about 190 degrees, but that one cap will not really effect you.


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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: ShroomHunting]
    #11257074 - 10/16/09 01:24 AM (8 years, 6 days ago)

Although that is good advice, warriorsoul knows his Amanitas and I don't imagine you have anything to worry about.  Here is a great site with more information if you are interested:
http://pluto.njcc.com/~ret/amanita/mainaman.html


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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: svarog]
    #11257386 - 10/16/09 02:31 AM (8 years, 6 days ago)

It looks promising but you should check out what alternate Amanita variations it could be on this link that I just used today for some Im still not sure about Hunting fly ageric in North america


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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: DtoX]
    #11257644 - 10/16/09 04:10 AM (8 years, 6 days ago)

Do you guys think this is also an Amenita Muscaria-Fly Agaric???  I found a small cluster of these in a park up the road from my house....it was in some bark covered with leaves, underneath some coniferous trees....I had to uncover them....I could just see them barely poking out. 



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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: Smarty Pants]
    #11257703 - 10/16/09 04:43 AM (8 years, 6 days ago)

I've came across quite a few like that but without the rings around the base of the stem the fly agaric is known for, so i'd say check for that first. but i'm no TI so don't listen to me. lol  :stoned:


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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: Smarty Pants]
    #11258684 - 10/16/09 11:24 AM (8 years, 6 days ago)

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Do you guys think this is also an Amenita Muscaria-Fly Agaric???




Yes.


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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: HerbBaker]
    #11288853 - 10/21/09 12:59 AM (8 years, 1 day ago)

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warriorsoul said:
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Smarty Pants said:
Do you guys think this is also an Amenita Muscaria-Fly Agaric???




Yes.




So what are the real uses of these mushrooms?  Do people really eat them?  All I really find online is folklore, some peole saying to eat them, and some people saying to not eat them.

Are they a mushroom that is more of a novelty to find...because of all the folklore?


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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: Smarty Pants]
    #11288906 - 10/21/09 01:06 AM (8 years, 1 day ago)

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All I really find online is folklore, some peole saying to eat them, and some people saying to not eat them.




They are both right.

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Are they a mushroom that is more of a novelty to find...because of all the folklore?




No they are pretty common.


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Re: Fly Agaric? [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #11289859 - 10/21/09 03:57 AM (8 years, 1 day ago)

i do many things with them lol


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