Amanita muscaria


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Synonyms for Amanita muscaria

poisonous (but rarely fatal) woodland fungus having a scarlet cap with white warts and white gills

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Found another bunch of Amanita muscaria beside a clump of silver birch trees.
2001b) found two proteases (45 kDa and 90 kDa) excreted by Amanita muscaria with pH optima at 3 and between 3 and 5.
Amanita muscaria (figura 13), Boletus edulis (figura 14), Morchella angusticeps y M.
Many are familiar with the classic "Alice in Wonderland" mushroom known as Amanita Muscaria, with its white stem, gills and red top with small white spots.
Mientras recorriamos las calles de la Isla Teja, comento lo bien que se sentia en Chile, de la larga amistad que mantenia con algunos chamanes del Peru, de ritos presentes en nuestra vida cotidiana y sobre Amanita muscaria, que queriamos conocer de boca de un especialista de nivel mundial.
El bello hongo de sombrero rojo cubierto de manchas blancas que aparece en caricaturas o en cuentos para ninos --basta recordar las peculiares casitas de los Pitufos--, es el alucinogeno por antonomasia: Amanita muscaria.
For example, the reindeer at Christmas harken back to a pagan ritual involving bright red-and-white polka-dotted Amanita muscaria mushrooms.
Scientifically known as Amanita muscaria, these attractive mushrooms are large, bright yellow to orange-red with small white speckles on top.
Unlike most of the other forced choice designs, a series of successful experiments were reported by Puharich (1959, 1962), one of which utilized a 10-image unseen picture-matching test with participants who had ingested the psychedelic mushroom Amanita muscaria.
El nombre en quiche de la Amanita muscaria es kaquija, se refiere a su origen legendario mientras que el termino itzalocox, se refiere a su poder sagrado como "hongo malo o diabolico".
Peyote entre los huicholes; ayahuasca entre los indigenas de la Alta Amazonia; setas psilocibicas entre algunas etnias mesoamericanas; el cactus San Pedro entre los quechuas andinos; el hongo Amanita muscaria entre los pueblos siberianos e himalaicos; bebidas alcoholicas en el mundo cristiano; Atropa Belladona y las diversas Daturas en el mundo europeo pagano; ramal entre los arabes y los bereberes [.
Later in The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross (1970), Allegro hoped to convince his readers that early Christians were members of a fertility cult that feasted on the hallucinogenic red- and white-spotted cap mushroom, Amanita muscaria.
Those mushrooms known rarely to occur in North America, but documented from The West Woods herein, include Amanita muscaria variety alba and Boletus hortonii; although not considered rare, Pleurotus dryinus and Polyporus radicatus are not commonly found.
Se supone que el nectar y la ambrosia eran hongos intoxicantes, el amanita muscaria y especialmente el hongo estiercolero pequeno y delgado llamado panaeolus papilonaceus, que produce alucinaciones.