Radically Diverse Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford
Photographer Steve Axford (previously) continues his quest to document some of the world's most obscure fungi found in locations around Australia. Axford lives and works in the Northern Rivers area of New South Wales in Australia where he often has to travel no further than his own back yard to make
Salted Caramel Pecan Cheesecake Dip
If you need a last minute dessert recipe that is sure to be a hit this Caramel Pecan Cheesecake Dip is it! Make this tasty dessert in 5 minutes!
Alice in Wonderland 1 (Amanita phalloides)
dickbesse.werkaandemuur.nl The Amanita muscaria is the most known mushroom visually but most know little about it. A little commentary would be helpful for most. It is a hallucinogenic mushroom, well known from *Alice In Wonderland* and the Jefferson Airplane's Grace Slick: a pill to make you tall and another to make you small. The hallucinogenic alkaloids of this mushroom are not dangerous, but are certainly not recommended to take. A sister mushroom is the Amanita phalloides or "Death…
A TOADSTOOL FAIRYTALE by marjol3in1977 on DeviantArt
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Simple Pleasures...all in Bokeh
"Lorie darlin...life in San Francisco you see is still just life. If you want any one thing too badly, its likely to turn out to be a dissappointment. The only healthy way to live life is to learn to...
Seventy Distinctive Mushrooms (Part Four: 31-40) | Temperate Climate Permaculture
Based on noted mycologist David Arora's list, I have compiled photos and a brief description, so we can become more familiar with these common mushrooms.
Fly Agaric (Amanita muscaria)
Vliegenzwam (Amanita muscaria) Click for a better view with B l a c k M a g i c, or Press L to view in the LightBox Thanks for your visit and comments, I appreciate that very much! Don't use this image without my explicit permission. © all rights reserved. Regards, Bram (BraCom)
Your Pillow: A Hot Bed of Fungal Spores
Researchers at the University of Manchester have discovered millions of Aspergillus spores in our pillows, as well as a possible symbiotic relationship