Beechwood sickeners

Beechwood sickeners

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Caption: Beechwood sickener fungi (Russula mairei) growing on a forest floor. These scarlet-red mushrooms are seen on the floors of beech forest habitats during autumn. The flesh smells of coconut when young and is hot to the taste, but the mushrooms are poisonous to humans and should not be eaten.

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