One Of The World’s Most Toxic Mushroom Species Can Be Found In Florida Each Year

It really is no surprise that warm, subtropical climates found in Florida are perfect for mushroom growth each and every year. While many wild mushrooms are harmless, there is one genus that you should be mindful of. The Amanita mushroom genus contains the most poisonous varieties in the world, and many of these types of mushrooms are found in the southeastern United States more than almost anywhere else. Here is what to keep an eye out for when you see these wild mushrooms in Florida this year.

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So, what do you think about these deadly wild mushrooms in Florida? Have you ever seen these before? Make sure to share in the comments section! Also, if you want to know more about strange natural occurrences in Florida, then read all about the invasive species of the red-headed lizards.

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