POISONOUS AND HALLUCINOGENIC MUSHROOMS
by Michael W. Beug Email: beugm@evergreen.edu
The Evergreen State College, Olympia WA
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Stropharia coronilla is sometimes mistaken for Agaricus campestris, the Meadow Mushroom. Pickers who do not watch for the pink free gills characteristic of a young Agaricus campestris can easily mistakenly pick this otherwise somewhat similar mushroom. One to two hours after a meal of Stropharia coronilla, the victim may suffer malaise, headache, vomiting, generalized aching, confusion, loss of coordination, dizziness and hallucinations. The toxic agent is unknown. I have checked it for known hallucinogens and found none.
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