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.
A new bioluminescent agaric
from Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The most dangerous mushrooms and toadstools are the aptly named death cap, which grows near the base of oak trees; fly agaric
, known for its distinctive bright-red cap with raised white spots; and the dramatically named destroying angel, which is fortunately quite rare.
Several experiments were conducted to determine if corn and soybean stover were acceptable substitutes for standard compost materials currently used during the Phase I composting process and to determine the effect it has on the yield of the White button mushroom, Agaric
PEGLER D., 1983a.- Agaric
flora of the lesser Antilles.
The Chief Steward held his fly agaric
. Telimena walked empty-handed.
More dangerous examples are fly agaric
, mandrake, deadly nightshade and henbane.
Needham and Wasson accepted that the Chinese "plant of deathlessness" (pu ssu chih tshao) could be the agaric
which grew under the "tree of deathlessness" or birch (pu ssu chih shu).
Pegler DN (1983) Agaric
flora of the Lesser Antilles.
The fly agaric
mushroom is another hallucinogenic fungus (see Figure 21-8).
sinensis), linzhi (G.frondosa), agaric
acid (several), sizofilan and sizofiran (S.
7 Destroying angel, death cap and fly agaric
are all poisonous species of what?