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Poisonous mushroom poisoning

Mushroom is commonly known as mushroom. It is a kind of higher fungi. It has high edible value, and some can also be used for medicine. However, some mushrooms contain toxins, which can cause poisoning if eaten by mistake. Toadstools, which contain less than 10 highly toxic and lethal species. They are: Pleurotus ostreatus, Pleurotus ostreatus, white poison umbrella, scale handle white poison umbrella, poison umbrella, autumn helmet spore umbrella, deer flower fungus, foot wrapped BLACK PLEATED umbrella, poison powder pleated fungus, residual support spot poison umbrella, etc.


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