What poisonous mushrooms exist

Death cap
Pale toadstool is a particularly dangerous and most toxic fungus among the entire mushroom kingdom. It grows from late summer to late September. This poisonous fungus has a pectoral fruit body. At the beginning of its development, the cap of the toadstool has a greenish-olive hue, but as the mushroom develops, the color of its cap becomes lighter. The plates at the pale toadstool are painted white and are rather loose on the mushroom. The stem of this poisonous fungus is 1-2 cm thick and painted white or the color of the cap itself. In addition, the toadstool has a white cupped Volvo, which in most cases is immersed in the soil.
This is another most famous poisonous fungus. Fruiting in mushroom flies lasts from early summer to late fall. This poisonous mushroom has a large fruit body, and its cap is easily separated from the stem. The thick and fleshy (sometimes with tubercles) cap of the mushroom can be colored in different colors: it can be red, green or white.It should be noted that the recognizable appearance of the mushroom cap is attached to the remnants of a white blanket in which this fungus was in the early stages of its development. The white leg of the mushroom has a straight cylindrical shape, and the plates are arranged loosely and are colored in a yellowish-white shade. The flesh of the fly-agaric is usually white.
The life cycle of a foxfold lasts from June to October. This poisonous mushroom grows on rotting wood, creating fairly large groups. The folded foam has a small convex cap with predominantly yellowish, orange or red hues at the edges and with a darker color in its center. The thin and fibrous leg of this mushroom is smooth on the outside, and inside is hollow (completely empty). You should also be aware that the pulp of the foxfly has a light yellow color.
This is another poisonous fungus that represents the greatest danger to humans. The fertile period of the silverfish falls in the period from July to October. The young silverfish has a small convex (sometimes flat-convex) white hat with a red tubercle. It is also worth noting that the top of this poisonous mushroom cap is coveredreddish brown scales. Hence the name of the fungus. The long thin leg of the silverfish has a cylindrical shape, inside it is hollow. The thin and white flesh of this fungus can blush at the kink or when touched. The plates of the fungus are free and white.
Satanic mushroom
The ripening of this poisonous fungus begins in June and ends in September. Its cap has a large size - up to 30 cm in diameter. By the end of the summer, it becomes like a pillow. To the touch, the skin of the hat of the satanic mushroom is mostly velvety and dry, but can sometimes be smooth. The color of the cap of this mushroom is different: from white with a yellowish-green shade to a gray-olive. The leg of the satanic mushroom has a spherical shape and a reddish-yellow hue.
In conclusion, it is worth noting less common, but no less poisonous mushrooms. It should be wary of such fungi like inocybe, gall fungus lozhnodozhdevik, champignon ryzheyuschy, blewits poisonous entoloma poisonous gyromitra esculenta, Bjerkandera Adusta, estimates of location gray-yellow, entoloma poisonous kalotsera adhesive, conocybe, moth alder, Cordyceps, chestnut umbrella and svinushki inedible .

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