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i found a couple of mushrooms outside in this grass. they bruise blue, and have brownish red caps about 1 inch long and stems about 2-3 inches long the stem is fibery and a little less then a quarter of an inch long. it smells pretty much like most mushrooms ive found smell, and tastes like the other magic mushrooms ive had taste. i ate a half of a cap about 8 hours ago to see if i would get sick, and im fine as of now. i would just take the risk and eat them but because of the red-ness of it im afraid it might be some kind of amanita that takes a long time for the poison to start, so i was wondering if the shrooms i described sounds anything like an amanita? there arent any bumps on the cap.
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OH MY god you ate it well see you in the after life!! You can't just eat a mushroom you need a sporeprint and proper id! like if you would have ate 1/2 a cap of a galerina attumnalis then you'd be dead right now!!
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