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Plants Communicate Using an Advanced 'Bio-Internet' Of Fungus

awesome Heaven can wait: The Most Powerful Hallucinogen

Heaven can wait: The Most Powerful Hallucinogen

Elegant Pink Mushrooms, so pretty and unusual. I have always loved Pink. I know it's in Vogue right Now, But it's always been my favorite Color. My bedroom furniture as a Girl was all Pink. I had the coolest room. Thanks Mom.

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**Favolaschia pustulosa Favolaschia is a genus of fungi in the family Mycenaceae. The genus has a widespread distribution, and contains about 50 species.

Verdigris agaric (Stropharia aeruginosa) ~ By Joseba Castillo

Stropharia aureginosa -- It's like that one mushroom is just like- "The camera, strike a pose!", and the other one is just standing there like- ".you are so embarrassing.

blue toadstools    Olga Nikoli via Rosa Lopez de Gomara onto lost in a forest III

VENENEUX blue toadstools Olga Nikoli via Rosa Lopez de Gomara onto lost in a forest III

Honey Fungus (Armillaria Solidipes, formerly Armillaria Ostoyae) ~ By Han Schutten

Honey Fungus (Armillaria Solidipes, formerly Armillaria Ostoyae)

thawing:    Fungi - Marasmius Rotula - Marasmius from the Greek word for wither or shrivel, referring to the ability of this mushroom to shrivel in dry weather and then rehydrate to full size when it rains.

Marasmius Rotula - Marasmius from the Greek word for wither or shrivel, referring to the ability of this mushroom to shrivel in dry weather and then rehydrate to full size when it rains.

Wonderland Mushroom Forest, Alice in Wonderland, Macro photography, Forest Mushroom Photography by TheMagiciansCat, $15.00

Items similar to Wonderland Mushroom Forest, Alice in Wonderland, Macro photography, Forest Mushroom Photography Rustic Home Decor Mother Earth, Hippie Decor on Etsy

Hygrocybe psittacina var. psittacina (A)

Parrot Toadstool or Parrot Waxcap (Hygrocybe Psittacina) ~ by Matthieu Sicard

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Mycologist Paul Stamets studies mycelium and lists 6 ways that this astonishing fungus can help save the world

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