How Can You Tell the Difference between Mushrooms and Toadstools?


Mushrooms aren’t fungi with caps and stems while toadstools lack caps and stems. Toadstools and mushrooms are not defined by level of toxicity: anything classed as either may be nontoxic, mildly toxic, hallucinogenic or extremely poisonous. To many, toadstools may refer to all poisonous versions of mushrooms, while mushrooms are not poisonous.
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Look at the cap of the mushroom. It should be smooth and
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Most reputable scientific reference sources indicate that there is no scientific difference. People tend to refer to toadstools as the toxic (poisonous) ones and mushrooms as the
Toad stools have frogs living on them or under them. Mushrooms are those things that when you eat them they make you see all kinds or weird things and ALWAYS in psychedelic colors
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