Fossils (Jimbacrinus Crinoids from Western Australia). ~280M years old.
Ha! Funny you should say this cuz look what I found today on an earlier walk on the side of the road...:
I am not an expert in any way, but, we have lots of red fly agaric near me and those do look very similar apart from the colour! Yours are stunning too! You need to be extremely careful when preparing one for consumption as they can easily kill! Best advice is not to touch lol.Holy Sh!t...! Are these what I think they are...!? Anyone know? @Alexis...?
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(American yellow fly agaric- read the bit in the "Biochemistry" section...)
I'm currently walking Rocky, please excuse the brevity...
Mushrooms of lore!:
Volumes have been written about it, and it’s subtly pervaded Anglo Saxon culture. If you have ever seen a lawn with garden gnomes, watched Alice in Wonderland, Disney’s Fantasia, played…foragerchef.com