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Poisonous fly umbrellas at different growth stages

Poisonous fly umbrellas at different growth stages

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Amanita muscaria (scientific name: Amanita muscaria), also known as fly agaric or fly amanita, is a fungus in the phylum Basidiomycota that contains neurotoxic toxins. It is classified as a species of the genus Amanita in the family Amanita. The growth environment of the poisonous fly umbrella is widespread in temperate and polar regions of the Northern Hemisphere, and it has also unintentionally expanded to the Southern Hemisphere. It coexists with plants such as pine trees in pine forests and has now become a global species. Poisonous fly umbrellas can form mycorrhizae with deciduous plants and fruiting plants.