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Description Amanita muscaria
English: Fly Agaric mushroom growing under a stand of Pinus radiata trees, Wellington, New Zealand.
Français : Une Amanite tue-mouches (Amanita muscaria) poussant sous des Pins de Monterey (Pinus radiata), à Wellington, Nouvelle-Zélande.
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