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How certain are you as to identification?
It is not protected.
Few batrachians, as there is no open water nearby. I see blindworms (Anguis fragilis) sometimes.
Likely, the community is pretty sophisticated and naturally respectful.
For these two mushrooms, pretty certain. Amanita muscaria can be recognised by the white dots on red cap, but also white gills, a ring and the shape of the bottom foot. The second one is neoboletus edulis, is a bit more tricky as it is not quite known whether there is one of several species, none of which is toxic. The large foot with a white nest and fine white tubes are a sure sign of non-toxicity. With a dark nest, it would be to bitter to eat but still non-toxic (Tylopilus felleus).
All of this is valid for western Europe, not necessarily other continents.
The purpose of identification is, however, primarily to be absolutely sure one does not confuse a mushroom with a toxic one. The first one is identified as toxic, so I don't really care if identification is wrong (but it is not, that mushroom is easy to identify). The second one is a delicacy but mushrooms with tubes are rarely toxic and the very few which are toxic are rare and relatively easy to spot (in Europe!).
For some mushrooms, especially in the genres amanita and russula, identification is more tricky and certainly beyond the capabilities of a forum. Besides, one also needs to keep informed as new mushrooms are introduced which can be confused with European species and some species which were long believed to be edible have been found to develop toxicity after years of eating, for example.
But if you really wanted to get stoned out of your mind and have a new experience of existence you would need to know what ones will not kill you?