Death cap mushrooms boom 1 year after child's death in Victoria

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Death cap mushrooms boom 1 year after child's death in Victoria
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A very young so-called death cap or amanita phalloides before the cap flattens and changes colour. This deadly fungi species has been mistaken for edible straw mushrooms, which do not grow in B.C. In early or 'egg' stages they can be mistaken for puff balls. (Oak Bay Parks staff/Chris Hyde-Lay)

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