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agaric

1. any saprotrophic basidiomycetous fungus of the family Agaricaceae, having gills on the underside of the cap. The group includes the edible mushrooms and poisonous forms such as the fly agaric
2. the dried spore-producing bodies of certain fungi, esp Polyphorus officinalis (or Boletus laricis), formerly used in medicine
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Agarics from coffee plantations in Eastern Mexico: two new records.
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Keep an eye open for a wide range of interesting fungi including scarlet elfcup, fly agaric, red-cracking bolete and shaggy scalycap that thrive in this diverse woodland.
Keep an eye open for a wide range of interesting fungi including scarlet elfcup, fly agaric, redcracking bolete and shaggy scalycap that thrive in this diverse woodland.
Autumn is the ideal time to spot fungi in Warwickshire's woodlands with eye-catching species such as the fly agaric and scarlet elfcup, as well as better camouflaged fungi such as milkcaps and the collared earthstar.
The statement in sentence (12) is based on the fact drunk singing could be heard; the passerby thereby concluded that the some fly agaric had been left in the house and was eaten by the girl of the spirit of the house, who then became intoxicated.
Fungus tissues include colorants, resins, flavonoids, triterpenoids, inotodoil, agaric acid, a few amounts of alkaloids [10].
Both species are serious pests of cultivated agaric mushrooms, such as Agaricus bisporus (Disney 1981, 2008b), but M.
Neonothopanus gardneri: a new combination for a bioluminescent agaric from Brazil.
In "Giant Triple Mushrooms," a dotted stem bolete, fly agaric, and ascending brackets of chicken mushrooms are fitted together in such a way as to accentuate their morphological diversity.
It doesn't help that Babylen has been dabbling in some pretty serious mind-altering substances along the way, including fly agaric and LSD, as he seeks communion with the Mesopotamian goddess Ishtar.
The haloperoxidase of the agaric fungus Agrocybe aegerita hydroxylates toluene and naphthalene.