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11 sep 2014

The Norwegian woodlands, forests and mountains are home to edible, inedible and poisonous mushrooms. Some of the most poisonous mushrooms that grow in Norway can easily be confused with the edible wild mushrooms commonly gathered in other countries. The same poisonous mushrooms are found in Northern Norway as in the southern part of the country. Do not pick mushrooms if you are not 100 % certain. Use your local mushroom control or pick together with someone who has good knowledge in the field.

If you suspect mushroom poisoning, contact The Norwegian Poison Information Centre, Phone: 22 59 13 00 (all day).

The Norwegian Poison Information Centre has produced a booklet with information and photos of poisonous mushrooms in several different languages. Download a free brochure about poisonous mushrooms in your own language:.

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