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3 0 Boletus pulcherrimus

Boletus pulcherrimus

by RandyL.California, USA


3 1 Dyeing dart frog

Dyeing dart frog

by hernandezwolf99Washington, USA

Blue and yellow. Toxic

3 0 Redlead Roundhead

Redlead Roundhead

by RandyL.City of Turlock, California, USA

Mildly toxic.

6 3 Jack-O-Lantern


by RandyL.California, USA

Toxic; causes severe gastrointestinal ...

0 0 Jimson Weed or Thornapple

Jimson Weed or Thornapple

by Charlotte.FletcherCharlotte, North Carolina, USA

Spikey seed pods, weed

1 0 Bittersweet Nightshade

Bittersweet Nightshade

by MelodyJTOntario, Canada

Bittersweet nightshade is beautiful, but highly

0 0 Calla Lily

Calla Lily

by agasporraLos Angeles, California, USA

Highly Toxic if ingested

0 2 Monkshood


by Nicholas4Maine

Apparently toxic!!

0 0 Carolina Horsenettle

Carolina Horsenettle

by empidonaxNew Jersey, USA

Warning: the fruit is toxic.

0 0 Common Snowberry

Common Snowberry

by Tania2British Columbia, Canada

Whole plant is toxic.

0 2 Oleander Buds

Oleander Buds

by AnaisBellevue, Washington, USA

Beautiful! Yet toxic.

3 2 Toxic Milkweed Grasshopper

Toxic Milkweed Grasshopper

by Noah DonaldsonWindhoek District, Namibia

0 0 Deadly nightshade

Deadly nightshade

by BenjaminKabelTulsa, Oklahoma, USA

1 0 Rough Skinned Newt

Rough Skinned Newt

by ensrudjOregon, USA

Toxic secretions

0 0 nerium


by divernasa2001Riverside, California, USA

the plant is toxic.

0 0 Farn


by ChemystryworldEssen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Toxic plant. It cant kill you

0 0 Pokeberry


by angileeDenton, Texas, USA

3 2 Woody nightshade, bittersweet

Woody nightshade, bittersweet

by Brett Fargo, North Dakota, USA

Toxic plant. The less

0 1 Bittersweet nightshade

Bittersweet nightshade

by IoannisCachan, Île-de-France, Tromelin Island

Climbing plant with violet flowers and

3 0 Boletus amygdalinus

Boletus amygdalinus

by RandyL.California, USA

Likely poisonous. Red-pored, blue-staining Boletes are generally considered ...

2 2 Léia-rubra - flowers

Léia-rubra - flowers

by SckelCariacica, ES, Brazil

Small flowers (about 1 cm) hermaphrodite.

0 0 Spotting


by KalebL

looks long with thin hares sticking off

0 1 Oleander


by Emma Walnut Creek, California, USA

Very fragrant. Toxic. Very commonly used as ...

0 9 tansy


by KarenSaxtonCoquille, Oregon, USA

Considered a noxious weed. Toxic to most ...

4 0 Fly agaric

Fly agaric

by MeikSchönstedt, Freistaat Thüringen, Germany

Temperate deciduous forest.

2 0 Spotted Arum

Spotted Arum

by MargaritaOrlovaמועצה אזורית עמק יזרעאל, מחוז הצפון, Israel

A common mediterranean geophyte, with toxic ...

1 2 Sonoran Desert toad

Sonoran Desert toad

by laurapolereckyCasa Grande, Arizona, USA

Found after a monsoon rain. Toxic

0 1 Giant Hogweed

Giant Hogweed

by mooochyEngland, United Kingdom

Highly dangerous and toxic.

0 1 Schneerose


by ChemystryworldEssen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

You cant find it. so fast, but its very

1 0 caterpillar


by KarenSaxtonEl Dorado, Provincia de Orellana, Ecuador

we were told this is a toxic caterpillar

0 0 Double Purple Datura

Double Purple Datura

by EduardoFrickMogi das Cruzes, SP, Brazil

Dangerous - toxic plant!

0 0 Bloodroot


by jenne.stillerNorth Carolina, USA

Blood red sap in the roots.

0 0 Green-Spored Parasol

Green-Spored Parasol

by atravis055Florida, USA

These are toxic, never eat them.

1 5 Poison hemlock

Poison hemlock

by HayleyNasmanPortland, Oregon, USA

1 0 Devil's Trumpet

Devil's Trumpet

by Hema ShahCalifornia, USA

toxic to humans and animals.

1 0 California Buckeye tree

California Buckeye tree

by Hema ShahCalifornia, USA

Toxic to bees.Seen on limeridge open space.

0 0 Mountain laurel

Mountain laurel

by 21ngulmertMaryland, USA

Evergreen shrub native to the eastern US

3 1 Koppie Foam Grasshopper

Koppie Foam Grasshopper

by staccyhMidvaal Local Municipality, Gauteng, South Africa

It grows up to a length of 80 millimetres (3.1 in), and is

0 0 rhubarb


by Annie TWaterloo, Ontario, Canada

Although the leaves are toxic, various ...

1 0 amanita muscaria(fly agaric)

amanita muscaria(fly agaric)

by KarenSaxtonFlorence, Oregon, USA

A large red capped mushroom with raised white spots. Known for its

0 0 Spotting


by C*RIZZEl Cajon, California, USA

Some sort of toadstool? (Can be very toxic)

1 2 Engelstrompeten


by monkey-mind and nana-puppetFunchal, Madeira, Portugal

big shrub, toxic, big hanging trumpet-like ...

0 0 Sea Anenome

Sea Anenome

by albertyoshidasrVentura, California, USA

Round to oval, tentacles that collapse when pressed. Closes inwardly on itself. ...

0 3 Red Baneberry

Red Baneberry

by Elton_WizardPennsylvania, USA

Red berries in conical cluster.

0 0 Mayapple


by MichaelHWeberOhio, USA

Umbrella shaped plant. Toxic in part.

2 0 foxglove


by AnnaWhipkeyWest Lafayette, Indiana, USA

contains the cardiac glycoside digitoxin

0 0 Spotting


by anphibBritish Columbia, Canada


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