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January 13, 2011


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Shannon Poje

The older browner one looks like an amanita pantherina moreso than a muscaria. both have psychoactive properties.


Interesting. I never heard of amanita pantherina before. Hm, looks like that one has mostly European and Asian distribution. These mushrooms are in natural local south Georgia forest, so they're probably not that, though.

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