Is neither a plant nor an animal in your path. Posted on May 20, 2022 by Anonymous Is neither a plant nor an animal in your path.
We have yet to unlock the full potential of the mushroom... they are so much more powerful than we realize, I think.
feeds it a dead dog
I wanna grow shrooms in my home. Which one is a cool one that I can have in a medium size tank?
There's couple species that glow in the dark. I've always wanted to try growing some of those.
These ones are natives from caves, right? I assume I'd have to keep them cover during the day otherwise the sun might harm them. Where can I obtain these?
are algae plants or not?
what the fuck is algae?
These guys are amazing
It really is weird to imagine this being just a SINGULAR being.
Almost every big enough to be seen by the naked eye is made up of thousands of smaller living parts but not this bad boy.
It's simple we uh eat the scarlet rot.
Yet it still goes great on ma burger
Both a plant AND and animal.
what is it?
Remember the Shroomjak? Good days
Recent science has discovered that shroom colonies can communicate through electrical impulses in their root system.
Did these people change your lives, anons?
When McKenna talks I don't understand anything he says, I suspect it's really just gibberish. Very pleasant gibberish to listen to thought, it helps me sleep.
Yeah, McKenna's work really struck a chord with me. Most of the stuff is so unbelievable, but it makes low key sense and I want it to be true.
Name this one, please
Not a psilocybe, bro. It's some species of mycena. It might give you the ass-waters if you eat it.
Amanita muscara is a great hallucinogen if you aren't retarded
I hate the depiction that Muscaria is deadly toxic. They really don't want us to know the greatness of this mushroom.
It's not that bad. There's some species that are easy to id for beginners. Just avoid gilled capped mushrooms until you know what you're doing. There's only a few melt your liver species anyway. Most toxic mushrooms will just make you shit your brains out for a day or two.
Shit I have been eating lots of oyster mushrooms I find everywhere, and they have gills
Good for you, but you missed the point. If you're a complete beginner and you don't want to accidentally eat a death-cap just don't eat anything that looks remotely like a death cap until you have enough experience. Stick with the obvious stuff like chicken of the woods.
I tried mushroom hunting and failed. How does one find these mushrooms?
You'll have better luck in the Fall. On a day after some rain go walking through the woods and look at dead logs and around the base of large trees. Mushroom species either decay wood or live symbiotically with them. Different species prefer different species of trees too, so if you're looking for a certain kind of mushroom you have to be looking at the right kind of trees.
More like beside my path.
If it ain't a meat then explain why it tastes so good in a burger
Because mushrooms are superior to plants and animals
> high school understanding of biology
Is pic rel a plant to you?
Oh my god you're so smart! Bless us with your wisdom.
not OP but i just spent 2 hours sperging out on eukaryote evolution and yeah, im gonna call red algae plants
i REMEMBER ....being ... a mushroom spore
traveling back through ... time ..and space
I am the mushroom
The hallucinogenic fungus is a giant underground predatory fungus discovered in a cave underneath North Carolina.
Most of its body is subterranean, with only a few inconHispanicuous mushrooms sprouting over the surface to spread airborne spores. These spores produce vivid hallucinations upon being inhaled by other life forms, and the hallucinations are specifically tailored to lure victims towards the entrances of the nearby caves. Once inside the caves, the victims remain still, dreaming of lifelike situations while being slowly digested by the giant fungus. After a few days, nothing but clean skeletons remain of the victims, and even their clothes are consumed.
This is how I want to die
You already died this is a mushroom hallucination
If this is the best the mushrooms can come up with I'm extremely disappointed.
:solves the traveling salesman in your path:
gtfo my scalp please
*shoots spores at your face*
So what is it?
By the sacred rules of 20 questions it must be a mineral
a house for little blue people
They're bugs. Their cell wall is made from chitin, the same material as the exoskeletons of ants and wasps.
>car are rocks, their exoskeltons are made from metal, found in rocks
>the pioneers used to ride these babies for miles
I mean yea cars basically are just a very specific kind of rock if you think about it.
>apes managed to shape things found in rocks to such precision that it allowed to contain thousands of small explosions every minute using refined fluid found in the ground made up of dead dinosaurs allowing them to convert chemical energy into kinetic energy
And yet still make food and drink from a fungus poo, and one day will be consumed by one
>made up of dead dinosaurs
you lost me when you entered fantasy land
That's actually true though.
I want a mushroom computer
fungi, they're their own thing
Highly derived stem-animals.
it is daemon
They're just their own thing, they're not plants and their not animals. Although they are more closely related to animals than to plants, despite their appearance.
Weird to think we have a common ancestor. Animals evolved a single internal food tube as their digestive system. Fungi evolved an external network of tiny tubes as theirs. That was the evolutionary split billions of years ago.
There are some pretty weird but simple divergences over time that have led to wildly different groups of organisms from the original common ancestor. For example, in the simplest way of putting it, this is the fundamental difference between the group that includes vertebrates and the group that includes arthropods and mollusks.
You could argue that they are large bacteria due to the similarity of certain bacteria strains breeding.