fly agaric

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The mushroom-shaped fruit body of Amanita muscaria. The cap is bright red, typically with remnants of the white universal veil adhering to it; the gills are white. It produces hallucinogenic poisons. It is common on the ground under birch (Betula) or pine (Pinus) in autumn.

Subjects: Psychology — Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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