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Inocybe Geophylla Var. Lilacina by Oniroid Inocybe Geophylla Var. Lilacina by Oniroid
cap size 1-2cm
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Clu-art Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I only know the White form. Interesting.
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PapierowySzczur Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2015
Is it almost as poisonous as Amanita phalloides?
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Oniroid Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2015
in short No.
This is info from wiki: Toxicity Like many fibrecaps, Inocybe geophylla contains muscarine. The symptoms are those of muscarine poisoning, namely, greatly increased salivation, perspiration (sweating), and lacrimation (tear flow) within 15–30 minutes of ingestion. With large doses, these symptoms may be followed by abdominal pain, severe nausea, diarrhea, blurred vision, and labored breathing. Intoxication generally subsides within two hours. Delirium does not occur. The specific antidote is atropine. Inducing vomiting to remove mushroom contents is also prudent due to the speed of onset of symptoms. It is also dangerous to dose atropine, as that itself, can cause toxicity and death with too large or repeated doses. Death has not been recorded as a result of consuming this species. It is often ignored by mushroom hunters because of its small size.
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PapierowySzczur Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2015
Thank you.
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