Poison mushrooms

Before eating a mushroom, you must be sure of its identity!!!

There is more than 2000 species!!

Prévention.

-Pick the whole mushroom.

-Don't keep mushrooms in plastic bags.

-Separate the different species.

-Eat the harvest quickly.

-Don't pick mushrooms in a pollued site.

-Cook them during a long time.

-Don't eat more than 150g (5.3 ounce)mushrooms a day.

-In case of doubt, put the mushroom in your dustbin.

A lot of eatable mushrooms have poisondoubles!!!

 

Mushrooms Identification

Mycologic society ; Mr Gibon; 530, rue de Saulzoir; Beuvry-la-Forêt; tel: 03.20.61.82.48

Identification possible in the faculty of pharmacy of Lille

 

In case of poisoning

poison center of Lille 24 hours a day:
0 825 812 822

 

Summary

Amanita muscaria: Amanite tue-mouche

Amanita virosa: Amanite vireuse

Amanita Phalloides: Amanite phalloides

Amanita pantherina: Amanite panthère

Agaricus xanthoderma: Agaric jaunissant

Boletus satanas: Bolet satan

Boletus luridus: Bolet blafard

Claviceps purpurea: Ergot de seigle

Clitocybe rivulosa: Clitocybe du bord des routes

Clitocybe dealbata: Clitocybe blanc d'ivoire

Coprinus atramentarius: Coprin noir d'encre

Cortinaire resplendissant

Inocybe flocculosa

Inocybe iacera: Inocybe déchiré

Inocybe geophylla: Inocybe terrestre

Inocybe griseo-lilacina: Inocybe gris-lilas

Inocybe patouillardii: Inocybe de patouillard

Inocybe jurana: Inocybe du Jura

Inocybe maculata: Inocybe tacheté

Inocybe napipes

Inocybe asterospora: Inocybe à spores étoilés

Inocybe lanuginosa: Inocybe laineux

Paxillus involutus: Paxille enroulé (tox cru)

Pleurotus olearius: Pleurote de l'olivier

Ramaria formosa: Glavaire élégante

Rhodophyllus lividus: Entolome livide

Tricholoma inamoenum

Tricholoma tigrinum: Tricholome tigré