Sandra Cockayne ADPS
Photograph - Photography
Amanita muscaria, commonly known as the fly agaric or fly amanita is a mainly red topped toadstool, with a white stem, and white spots. It is thought that flies are drawn to it. Although infamous for it's toxicity, deaths associated with Fly Agaric are quite rare. It is also infamous for it's hallucinogeric compounds and can be used for recreational hallucogens but very very dangerous to do so. Not recommended to try.
They mainly grow under coniferous and/or deciduous trees and at Autumn time. Taken in England, UK.
This would look very unusual but interesting as a canvas, print, or other merchandise that is for sale.
October 28th, 2018
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