Amanita Pantherina also known as pathercap is a poisonous fungus with white veil fragments and a ochre-brown cap. This mushroom contains toxins similar to those in the Fly Agaric, Amanita muscaria. The Panther cap may contain the psychoactive chemical compounds ibotenic acid and muscimol, as well as muscazone and muscarine (but they may not always be in significant concentrations). The psychoactive compounds contained in Panther caps are also toxins. This species, just like the Amanita Muscaria must be treated as a poisonous mushroom.
Amanita muscaria and Amanita pantherina might also be ingested in order to obtain psychotic effects and especially to expand or alter spatio-temporal awareness. Death from this kind of mushroom is rare, or rarely reported. If so, it is due to complications. However, it would be unwise to consider eating them because the toxins are complex, variable in quantity, and not completely understood.
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