Tree trivia: The world’s largest tree

The General Sherman tree is recognized by the Guinness World Records as the largest tree in existence in…

Plant trivia: bread growing in the desert

With its convenient and easy-to-eat characteristics, the bread also has a good taste, and it has become a…

Chili trivia: what is the essence of spicy

What is spicy? Why do some people like spicy food, but some people can’t eat spicy food? What…

The difference between chocolate and coffee

The processed and ground chocolate and coffee seem to be indistinguishable and smell almost the same. However, even…

Poisonous Mushroom Trivia: Poisonous Amanita

Poisonous amanita contains two kinds of toxins, atoxin and amanitin. These toxins are extremely destructive to the liver…

Poisonous Mushroom Trivia: Death Angel Mushroom

Death Angel mushrooms contain a deadly fungus. This mushroom looks very similar to an edible mushroom, and people…

Poisonous Mushroom Trivia: White Poison Umbrella

The deadly white poisonous umbrella is also called deadly amanita. It is a white umbrella-shaped mushroom. Its toxicity…

Poisonous mushroom trivia: Autumn Helmet Spore Umbrella

The cap of Qiusheng Heliosporium is 1.3-4.5 cm wide, bell-shaped, raised in the middle, yellow at the beginning,…

Poisonous Mushroom Trivia: Angel Mushroom Destruction

Angel Mushroom is one of the deadly poisonous mushrooms in nature. It is highly toxic and belongs to…

Poisonous mushroom trivia: autumn cap

In autumn, the small round cap is also known as the spore umbrella, and it can be seen…

Poisonous Mushroom Trivia: Marble Death Cap

Marble death cap, scientific name Amanita pallidorosea, highly toxic. The bacterium generally appears in Hawaii, Australia and South…

Poisonous mushroom trivia: Amanita muscaria

Amanita muscaria is a basidiomycete fungus that contains neurotoxicity. Its flesh is white and its epidermis is usually…

Poisonous Mushroom Trivia: Brain Mushroom

The deer flower fungus (scientific name Gyromitra esculenta) is fatal enough when eaten raw. It is also called…

Poisonous mushroom trivia: hooded deer fungus

This mushroom contains a toxin called gyromitirin, which is converted into methyl hydrazine in the human body, which…

Egret trivia: What plant looks like it?

Egret flower is a very beautiful white orchid, mainly distributed in China, Japan and Russia. The petals of…

Plant trivia: a plant like a flying duck

The flying duck orchid mainly grows in Australia and other places. The flowers of this plant are wide…

Cobra trivia: what plants look like it

Cobra grass (scientific name: Darlingtonia californica) is a genus of the Sarracenia family, a carnivorous plant, mainly distributed…

Flower trivia: Its flowers look like parrots!

Parrot flower (scientific name: Impatiens psittacinaHk. F.): It is a peculiar small herb plant of the genus Impatiens.…

Flower trivia: plants that look like octopuses

Octopus, wing petals and sepals are linear, yellow-green, slightly twisted and naturally drooping, like a small octopus in…

Flower trivia: flowers that look like bees

Bee orchid is also a orchid family. Its appearance is like a small bee. It grows mainly in…

Flower trivia: flowers that look like boots

Nepenthes is the general term for all species of Nepenthes. It has a unique nutrient-trapping organ, the trap…

Devil trivia: The plant that most resembles the devil’s finger!

Another name for C. acherii is the devil’s finger, which is a fungus that is mainly distributed in…

Breast trivia: Fruits that look like breasts!

Vietnamese milk gourd is a vine-like “art work” of loofah. It was shaped like a female breast and…

Naked man trivia: plants that look like naked men?

Also known as naked male flowers, Italian red orchid grows near the Mediterranean area. The shape of the…