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Agaric Gallery

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Choose from 6 pictures in our Agaric collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Parasol Mushroom (Macrolepiota procera) fruiting body. Bolderwood, New Forest National Park
Parasol Mushroom (Macrolepiota procera) fruiting body. Bolderwood, New Forest National Park
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Details of gills Fly Agaric fungus {Amanita muscaria} in autumn, Beacon Hill Country Park
Details of gills Fly Agaric fungus {Amanita muscaria} in autumn, Beacon Hill Country Park
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Parasol mushroom cap close-up detail {Macrolepiota procera} Europe
Parasol mushroom cap close-up detail {Macrolepiota procera} Europe
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Fly agaric fungus (Amanita muscaria) in woodland setting, The National Forest, Central England
Fly agaric fungus (Amanita muscaria) in woodland setting, The National Forest, Central England
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Detail of cap of Fly Agaric fungus {Amanita muscaria} in autumn, Beacon Hill Country Park
Detail of cap of Fly Agaric fungus {Amanita muscaria} in autumn, Beacon Hill Country Park
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Fly Agaric fungus {Amanita muscaria} in autumn, Beacon Hill Country Park, The National Forest
Fly Agaric fungus {Amanita muscaria} in autumn, Beacon Hill Country Park, The National Forest
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Detail of cap of Fly Agaric fungus {Amanita muscaria} in autumn, Beacon Hill Country Park Featured Image

Detail of cap of Fly Agaric fungus {Amanita muscaria} in autumn, Beacon Hill Country Park

Detail of cap of Fly Agaric fungus {Amanita muscaria} in autumn, Beacon Hill Country Park, The National Forest, Leicestershire, UK. November. Photographer quote: Nature photographers just can't resist photographing this colourful fungi! It is the mushroom of fairytales, folklore and legend! It is known for being poisonous and possessing hallucinogenic properties – definitely a mushroom to photograph, not eat! Did you know? The colour red in nature often signifies danger and in this case, justifiably – the fly agaric fungus is poisonous

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