These mushrooms manufacture this pleasant green light themselves.
Scientists claim that there is still much that is unknown about bioluminescent mushrooms, but that's because they are trying to use the supposed logic of evolution to account for how and why mushrooms emit light.
The fact is that the mushrooms know how to emit this light since the moment they are first created and act through Allah’s inspiration.
The light in bioluminescent mushrooms emerges as the result of some very complex chemical reactions.
Bioluminescence comes about through the interaction of an enzyme called luciferase and the compound luciferin.
These two compounds produce energy when they enter into reaction in the presence of oxygen and water, and that energy is reflected as light in the mushroom tissues. This type of light is known as “cold” light; in other words, it produces a very low amount of thermal radiation.
These mushrooms are generally found in the tropical forest belt and Japan. They emit light for 24 hours, and can clearly be seen when darkness falls.
This light is visible from 40 meters away in some species.
It is Allah, Lord of all things, Who creates this amazing light.
I seek refuge in Allah from the accursed satan:
Our Word to a thing when We desire it is just to say to it ‘Be!’ and it is. (Surat an-Nahl, 16)