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A number of varieties of Shroom have been discovered in the Realm of the Roses; described here are the known species.

As a study of Natural History, they are being documented and catalogued in a collaboration of the Caledon Library and the Royal Society for the Advancement of Knowledge in the Natural Sciences with the residents of Caledon, Winterfell, Lovelace and Brythony.

An initial announcement of this collaboration was made by Kate Nicholas, President & Fellow of the Royal Society on May 22nd of Caledon Year 3


All species actively sought by the Mushroom Hunters of the Roses


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MORPHOLOGY

Rose Mushrooms Shape Classifications
Type Cap Annulus Stem Length
1: Oblate Bulbous
Large in proportion
Yes Short
2: Thaumalate Peaked
Concave
No Short
3: Campanulate Bell-shaped
Large in proportion
No Moderate
4: Patellate Curved inverted saucer Yes Long
5: Applanate Broad, flat
irregularly round
No Short

 


BardHaven's Bane (Advocatus diaboli)

BardHaven's Bane

Location - Absinthe - may be extinct here June 2009 (Central), Laudanum - may be extinct here June 2009 (South), Winterfell (North)

Origin - Winterfell

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Uncommon

Description:
Type: Thaumalate (radially extended)
Cap: Glowing; violet-pink with lighter pink spots
Upper stem: Pink with black spots
Lower stem: Pink

Bellambia (Eva's Truffle)

Bellambia

Location - Eyre (Central, night), Glengarry (Central, night)

Origin - Caledon

Physiological effect - None

Frequency - Common at night

Description:
Type: Oblate
Cap: Vivid red with large white spots and small black dots
Upper stem: Yellow and brown tiger pattern
Lower stem: Yellow

Bilious Glowgill

Bilious Glowgill

Location - Absinthe (South), Laudanum (South), Winterfell (North)

Origin - Winterfell

Physiological effect - None

Frequency - Common

Description:
Type: Patellate (extremely vertical extended)
Cap: Glowing; pale green with brown spots, darker green gills
Upper stem: Dark blue annulus, fading to medium blue then back to dark blue
Lower stem: Green band fading into grey

Boomslang's Toadstool

Boomslang's Toadstool

Location - Brigadoon (Central), Ahavah (Central), Eyre (Central, night only), Glengarry (Central, night only), Kittiwickshire (North), Tanglewood (Central), Victoria City (Central)

Origin - Caledon

Physiological effect - None

Frequency - Common

Description:
Type: Thaumalate
Cap: Medium brown
Upper stem: Dark brown
Lower stem: White

Byronium Camelopardalis

Byronium Camelopardalis

Location - Lovelace - with the disappearance of Lovelace into the farthest aether these are now extinct.


Origin - Lovelace

Physiological effect - None

Frequency - Common

Description:
Type: Applanate
Cap: Tan patches on white (similar to a giraffe's coat)
Upper stem: Tan
Lower stem: Tan, base flared out

Byronium Chromium

Byronium Chromium

Location - Lovelace [1] - with the disappearance of Lovelace into the farthest aether these are now extinct.

Origin - Lovelace

Physiological effect - Lightheadedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Uncommon

Description:
Type: Applanate
Cap: Silver
Upper stem: Silver
Lower stem: Silver, base flared out
  1. First found by Fawkes Allen

Byronium Dalmatia

Byronium Dalmatia

Location - Lovelace- with the disappearance of Lovelace into the farthest aether these are now extinct.


Origin - Lovelace

Physiological effect - None

Frequency - Uncommon (more frequent after dark)

Description:
Type: Applanate
Cap: White with irregular black spots (like a Dalmatian dog's coat)
Upper stem: Medium brown
Lower stem: Medium brown

Byronium Leopardis

Byronium Leopardis

Location - Lovelace- with the disappearance of Lovelace into the farthest aether these are now extinct.


Origin - Lovelace

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Common

Description:
Type: Applanate
Cap: Sandy tan with small black spots (similar to a leopard's coat)
Upper stem: Dark brown
Lower stem: Dark brown

Byronium Oxidatum

Byronium Oxidatum

Location - Lovelace [1] - with the disappearance of Lovelace into the farthest aether these are now extinct.


Origin - Lovelace

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Uncommon

Description:
Type: Applanate
Cap: Shiny black with brown patches (as if rusting)
Upper stem: Shiny black with brown patches
Lower stem: Shiny black with brown patches
  1. First found by Fawkes Allen

Byronium Tigris

Byronium Tigris

Location - Lovelace [1] - with the disappearance of Lovelace into the farthest aether these are now extinct.


Origin - Lovelace

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Rare

Description:
Type: Applanate
Cap: Golden-yellow with radial irregular black stripes (similar to a tigers's coat)
Upper stem: White with stripes
Lower stem: Medium brown
  1. First found by Galactic Baroque

Caledon Ordinalus

Caledon Ordinalus

Location - Brigadoon (Central), Ahavah (Central), Eyre (Central, night only), Glengarry (Central, night only), Kittiwickshire (North), Tanglewood (Central), Victoria City (Central)

Origin - Caledon

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Common

Description:
Type: Campanulate
Cap: Cream with yellow-brown splodges
Upper stem: Light green
Lower stem: Grey

Darkle's Bane

Darkle's Bane

Location - Ahavah (Central), Eyre (Central), Glengarry (Central), Moors (Central), Tanglewood (Central), Victoria City (Central)

Origin - Caledon

Physiological effect - None

Frequency - Uncommon

Description:
Type: Oblate
Cap: Deep red with black, pink and white spots
Upper stem: Pink with white mottling
Lower stem: White

Death Cap for Cutie

Death Cap for Cutie

Location - Laudanum (South)[1]

Origin - Winterfell

Physiological effect - None

Frequency - Extremely rare

Description:
Type: Oblate (extremely radially extended)
Cap: Glowing; pink with dark pink and white spots
Upper stem: Pink with dark pink mottling
Lower stem: Black
  1. Identified by Roy Smashcan

Devil's Minion

Devil's Minion

Location - Ahavah (Central), Eyre (Central), Victoria City (Central), Caledon Moors (South)

Origin - Caledon

Physiological effect - None

Frequency - Uncommon

Description:
Type: Thaumalate
Cap: Orange with two "eye"-like black spots
Upper stem: Brown
Lower stem: White

Dusty Stinker (Proditoris crepusculis)

Dusty Stinker

Location - Absinthe (Central), Laudanum (South)

Origin - Winterfell

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Common

Description:
Type: Oblate
Cap: Glowing; blue-grey with sky-blue and pale yellow spots
Upper stem: Yellow with blue veins
Lower stem: Pale blue

Elf Ear

Elf Ear

Location - Winterfell Absinthe (Central) [1],

Origin - Winterfell

Physiological effect - None

Frequency - extremely rare

Description:
Type: Thaumalate (vertically extended)
Cap: Glowing; white with black and grey spots
Upper stem: White with black spots fading into green
Lower stem: Greenish-black
  1. Identified by Marion Questi

Fungus Amongus

Fungus Amongus

Location - Absinthe (Central), Laudanum (South), Moors (Central, night)

Origin - Winterfell

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Common

Description:
Type: Thaumalate
Cap: Glowing; yellow with green-black spots and a tan point
Upper stem: Chartreuse with black spots
Lower stem: Greenish-black

Fungus Davanicus

Fungus Davanicus

Location - Eyre (Central), Glengarry (Central)

Origin - Caledon

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Rare

Description:
Type: Patellate
Cap: Green with darker green spots
Upper stem: Bright red
Lower stem: Cream

Malevolent Monk

Malevolent Monk

Location - Eyre (Central, night), Winterfell (Central)

Origin - Winterfell

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Rare

Description:
Type: Campanulate
Cap: Glowing; dark red with pink spots, lighter red band around cap
Upper stem: Pink
Lower stem: Light green, mottled

Morte Velox

Morte Velox

Location - Ahavah (Central), Eyre (Central, night), Glengarry (Central, night), Tanglewood (Central)

Origin - Caledon

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Common at night

Description:
Type: Campanulate
Cap: Coral-orange with green and grey spots
Upper stem: Tan
Lower stem: Grey, mottled

Nicholas Shroom

Nicholas Shroom

Location - Eyre (Central), Glengarry (Central, night), Tanglewood (Central), Ahavah (Central, Day), Victoria City (Central)

Origin - Caledon

Physiological effect - None

Frequency - Uncommon

Description:
Type: Patellate
Cap: Grey with green and dark grey spots
Upper stem: Dull red
Lower stem: White

Royal Caledon Deathcap

Royal Caledon Deathcap

Location - Eyre (Central), Glengarry (Central), Moors (Central)

Origin - Caledon

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Sporeadic

Description:
Type: Campanulate
Cap: Black with vivid red spots
Upper stem: Paler red
Lower stem: Dark grey, mottled

Royal Caledon Toadstool

Royal Caledon Toadstool

Location - Eyre (Central), Glengarry (Central), Moors (Central)

Origin - Caledon

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Rare

Description:
Type: Thaumalate
Cap: Bright red with two "eye"-like black spots
Upper stem: Brown
Lower stem: White

Shroomus Caledonus

Shroomus Caledonus

Location - Brigadoon (Central), Ahavah (Central), Eyre (Central), Glengarry (Central), Kittiwickshire (North), Tanglewood (Central), Victoria City (Central)

Origin - Caledon

Physiological effect - None

Frequency - Common

Description:
Type: Patellate
Cap: Grey-green
Upper stem: Tan
Lower stem: White

Story Morel

Story Morel

Location - Absinthe (Central), Laudanum (South), Moors (Central, night)

Origin - Winterfell

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Sporeadic

Description:
Type: Campanulate (radially extended)
Cap: Glowing; yellow with a green band, olive mottling and olive & blue spots
Upper stem: Darker yellow-green with continuation of mottling
Lower stem: Screaming purple

Tasty Nonesuch (Boletus edulis incomparabilis)

Tasty Nonesuch

Location - Absinthe (Central), Laudanum (South), Moors (Central, night), Winterfell (North)

Origin - Winterfell

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Common

Description:
Type: Campanulate (vertically extended)
Cap: Glowing; multicoloured (green-black top, red/coral/yellow/green, blue/purple edge)
Upper stem: Green/blue-violet
Lower stem: Blue-violet

Tremella Theobroma (the Common Chocolate Shake)

Tremella Theobroma

Location - Winterfell (North), Moors (South)

Origin - Winterfell

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Uncommon

Description:
Type: Oblate (vertically extended)
Cap: Glowing, light cocoa-brown with lighter and darker spots
Upper stem: Green, black spots
Lower stem: Black

Winterfell Tears

Winterfell Tears

Location - Laudanum (South), Moors (Central, night)

Origin - Winterfell

Physiological effect - None

Frequency - Uncommon

Description:
Type: Patellate
Cap: Glowing; vivid purple with blue-violet and pink spots
Upper stem: Hot pink with blue-violet veining
Lower stem: Electric blue fading to pink

Winterfell Truffle

Winterfell Truffle

Location - Winterfell (North)

Origin - Winterfell

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Uncommon

Description:
Type: Patellate (extremely radially extended)</
Cap: Glowing; mottled brown with darker spots
Upper stem: Green
Lower stem: Blue-grey

Xenobiologus Horgidae

Xenobiologus Horgidae

Location - Brigadoon (Central), Ahavah (Central), Eyre (Central), Glengarry (Central), Kittiwickshire (North), Moors (Northwest, South), Tanglewood (Central), Victoria City (Central)

Origin - Caledon

Physiological effect - Light-headedness followed by collapse

Frequency - Common

Description:
Type: Oblate
Cap: Yellow-green with yellow spots
Upper stem: Light blue veined with yellow
Lower stem: White