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1 0 Panther Amanita

Panther Amanita

by KalenMcKenzie Bridge, Oregon, United States

poisonous mushroom

4 0 Deadly Pholiotina

Deadly Pholiotina

by RandyL.California, USA

Microscopy needed to determine exact species.

2 0 Death Cap

Death Cap

by RandyL.Gilroy, California, USA


0 0 Dapperling


by BotanickRiga, Latvia


0 1 Poison Ivy (dead)

Poison Ivy (dead)

Florence, Kentucky, USA

0 0 Pacific Poison Oak

Pacific Poison Oak

by rbumrbum

A dormant or dead

0 2 True-lover's Knot

True-lover's Knot

by VitalJūrmala, Riga, Latvia


0 0 Common Water-Hemlock

Common Water-Hemlock

by AarongunnarChippewa Falls, Wisconsin, USA

Roots are deadly

2 0 Crab's Eye

Crab's Eye

by LennyWorthingtonจังหวัดชัยภูมิ, Thailand

A woody vine.

2 0 Barrel jellyfish

Barrel jellyfish

by curcidavide3Manfredonia, PUG, Italy

1 6 Black Widow

Black Widow

by LeslieParsonTennessee, USA

Poisonous spider. One of 2

0 0 Deadly Galerina

Deadly Galerina

by jodydfHammond, Louisiana, USA

Sticky, firm capped. Gilled. Poisonous.

1 0 Angel's Trumpet

Angel's Trumpet

by CherriBoBerryBiellerWest Virginia, USA


0 1 Poisonous caterpillar

Poisonous caterpillar

by sirbaconthethird808Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, USA

It is a large black caterpillar with orange stripes, my friends say its

0 0 Lance Viper

Lance Viper

by peterManaus, Amazonas, Brazil

Small body, sleeping on a dead tree, ...

2 3 Death cap

Death cap

by BotanickLatvia

Probably the most dangerous mushroom on the planet.

1 0 Rattlesnake


by PrestonCashRiverside, California, USA

Very poisons don't attempt to handle

26 33 Dead-leaf Praying Mantis

Dead-leaf Praying Mantis

by Juan DiTraniPanama

This praying mantis was traying to catch some of the

4 0 The destroying angel

The destroying angel

by MauronFederacija Bosne i Hercegovine, Bosnia and Herzegovina

This is a deadly

0 0 Coral Mushroom

Coral Mushroom

Tennessee, USA

Brown fungus with tentacle-like extensions. Grows on

0 0 Pigskin Poison Puffball

Pigskin Poison Puffball

by RiverValleyRunnerGlasco, New York, USA

About 2 inches wide, with a whitish yellowish skin covered with brown dots.

0 0 Deadly nightshade

Deadly nightshade

by IoannisParis, Île-de-France, Tromelin Island

One of the most poisonous plants in the ...

0 0 Poison Hemlock

Poison Hemlock

Florence, Kentucky, USA

Poison Hemlock is very common in North ...

0 0 Spotting


by rat.tumourEngland, United Kingdom

were either the edible Kuehneromyces mutabilis or the

2 0 Destroying Angel

Destroying Angel

by Christine Y.Connecticut, USA

White cap, stipe, and gills.

0 0 Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy

by gatorfellowsDenton, Texas, USA

Leaves of three, let it be. The end leaf has notches on both sides, and the ...

0 2 Deadly Nightshade

Deadly Nightshade

by ArianaMontana, USA

clusters of berries that range from red to green. It is

1 0 Northern Wolfsbane, Wolfs-Eisenhut

Northern Wolfsbane, Wolfs-Eisenhut

by monkey-mind and nana-puppetGemeinde Muggendorf, Niederösterreich, Austria

30-50 cm high plant, deadly-

1 0 Fly Agaric

Fly Agaric

by ChristinaMaloneyNorbergAnchorage, Alaska, USA

Bright scarlet covered with distinctive white pyramidal warts. White stem.

2 0 Rosary Pea

Rosary Pea

by LivanEscuderoOpa-locka, Florida, USA

Seeds used in crafts, first time seeing the plant. CAUTION: Seeds

0 1 Alcohol inky cap

Alcohol inky cap

by DaniKautzBaltimore, Maryland, USA

Grey thin Gilled mushroom, 1-3 inches tall

0 0 Bracelet Cort

Bracelet Cort

by doreen.chambers.14Vermont, USA

. some edible others deadly

13 5 Roboastra gracilis

Roboastra gracilis

by SamanthaCravenCebu City, Cebu, Philippines

Beautiful but deadly, this nudibranch is ...

1 0 Beechwood Sickener

Beechwood Sickener

by Life Is Like a LimeMacon, Georgia, USA

Cap is a rosy red color and stem is white.

6 4 True lover's knot

True lover's knot

by XiaoWeiLans-en-Vercors, Rhône-Alpes, Tromelin Island

leafs. The flower is about 10 cm diameter. It produces a single blueberry-like ...

1 0 Blue Poison Dart Frog

Blue Poison Dart Frog

by SukanyaDattaLeeds, England, United Kingdom

Brilliant blue with black dots.These spots are unique to each frog, enabling ...

0 1 Spotted Cowbane

Spotted Cowbane

by ForestDragonIslip, New York, USA

Very tall plant (over five feet). Lance shaped, serrated leaflets. Round, ...

1 1 Yew Tree

Yew Tree

by moralcoralEngland, United Kingdom

. The inner brown-black seed is deadly ...

4 0 Smith's Amanita

Smith's Amanita

by RandyL.California, USA


4 2 Pine Processionary Moth

Pine Processionary Moth

by Malcolm Wilton-JonesLlíria, Comunitat Valenciana, Spain

hairs which can be deadly

1 0 Coral Snake

Coral Snake

by jlsnow57Florida, USA

I saw this snake dead on the road but way ...

2 1 Northern Watersnake (dead)

Northern Watersnake (dead)

by LauraLOVESbirdsChesapeake City, Virginia, USA

A woman looking at it warned me to stay back. Warned me about it being ...

1 0 Deadly Galerina

Deadly Galerina

by MachiAlaska, USA

Soft, fleshy, brown caps; ring on pale to white stipe. As the name suggests, it ...

2 0 Bittersweet Nightshade Berries

Bittersweet Nightshade Berries

by LaineyTerre Haute, Indiana, USA

"Although this is not the same plant as

0 5 Wolf Moss

Wolf Moss

by NehemiahBrandySteinbrecherWyoming, USA

see in the pictures it was much thicker on the

7 0 Death cap

Death cap

by MauronBosnia and Herzegovina

Commonly known as the death cap, is a

3 8 Belladonna or Deadly Nightshade

Belladonna or Deadly Nightshade

by MeikSchönstedt, Freistaat Thüringen, Germany

Berries are black and glossy, leaves a dark green.

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