Mukhomor Shishkovidny is the rarest representative of the Family Family. It is worth noting that today there is a lot of disputes regarding the edibility and toxicity of such a mushroom. This is due to the fact that some experts believe that after boiling it can be eaten, and the latter are confident specific hallucinogenic substances even after heat treatment are fully preserved.
Such mushrooms do not grow when they form small groups and germinate under linden, on end or beech. This means that they grow in mixed or only broadleaved forests.
Where it grows
The natural habitat is:
The limiting factors in this case are presented:
The pivotal fly agaric has a rather characteristic appearance:
In general, the appearance of such fly agaric makes mushroom pickers bypass them. Basically, the mushroom prefers carbonate soil. Fruit in the interval from July to September inclusive.
Hallucinogenic and dangerous for humans he is made by the following substances:
Despite the widespread opinion regarding the fact that after cooking they can be used inside, such information is unconfirmed, so it is better to avoid contact with such a mushroom at all.