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Known in German as glücklicher pilz or gluckspilz (which literally means lucky mushroom”), the red-and-white speckled fungi grow deep in the forest. Its real name is Amanita muscaria or fly agaric, and finding one is thought to be a sign of good luck, similar to the way the Irish view four-leaf clovers
"The Mushroom" of Christmas and the New Year, especially as a symbol of a blessing at the turn of the New Year.

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