[ aɡˈaɹɪk], [ aɡˈaɹɪk], [ a_ɡ_ˈa_ɹ_ɪ_k]
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How to use "Agaric" in context?
Agaric is a genus of cosmopolitan fungi that grow exclusively on the wood of trees. Common agarics include hallucinogenic species such as Psilocybe Cubensis and Psilocybe Tompkinsii, and edible varieties such as Psilocybe Marinowii and Psilocybe Walli. It has been suggested that the genus is named after the medieval French physician and alchemist Agaricus, who is thought to have described a species of fungal medicine.
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