Aquatic Mushroom (Aberration)

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Aquatic Mushroom
Aquatic Mushroom (Aberration).png
A wavy blueish-green mushroom with a glowing edge. Looks refreshing.
Consumable (values pertain to Humans)
Type Consumable
Food -10%
Water +7.5%
Spoils in 10m
Item
Weight 0.1
Stack Size 100
Added in v275.0
Spawn Command
cheat GFI Aquatic 1 0 0
or
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/Aberration/CoreBlueprints/Items/Consumables/PrimalItemConsumable_Mushroom_Aquatic.PrimalItemConsumable_Mushroom_Aquatic'" 1 0 0
Crafting
Used to craft 1 item

Aquatic Mushroom is a food item in ARK: Survival Evolved's expansion Aberration.

Overview[edit | edit source]

The Aquatic Mushroom can be found from brown, blue, and red mushroom patches across the whole map and can be eaten for certain properties.

Usage[edit | edit source]

Aquatic mushrooms can be used to tame the Bulbdog

When eaten it provides immunity to Bioluminescent poisons like the Freezing Spores debuff for 5 seconds per mushroom.

The Aquatic Mushroom regenerates 7.5% of a survivor's Water when eaten, but also drains -10% Food. It provides a great water boost when used in Custom Recipes.

Gathering[edit | edit source]

They can be gathered by hand from the small red blue and brown mushrooms found throughout Aberration. They can be gathered more efficiently by using a Sickle but can only be harvested from the red and blue mushrooms this way.


Spoil times[edit | edit source]

For more information, see Spoilage.

Notes/Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • When water is needed in a pinch, Aquatic mushrooms can be a life saver, especially since water is hard to come by on Aberration.

References[edit | edit source]