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Extremely rare brown amanita fungus found at the Danish island Bornholm

July 26, 2017

The poisonous brown Amanita regalis fungus has been discovered in the woods of Almindingen at the Danish island Bornholm, DR News reports.
It is only the second time that the brown Amanita regalis has been observed in Denmark. First time it happened was twenty years ago. At that time it was discovered a little to the north of Esbjerg in Western Jutland.
The brown Amanita regalis is close to the red Amanita muscari fungus.
The species are relatively common in the North of Scandinavia.
The island of Bornholm is situated in the Baltic Sea east of main Denmark.

SOURCE:

http://www.dr.dk/nyheder/regionale/bornholm/ekstremt-sjaelden-svamp-fundet-paa-bornholm

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