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Amanita rubescens

Amanita rubescens


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Amanita rubescens (Fries 1821) is a fungus belonging to the genus Amanita in the family Amanita. The fungal folds are white to nearly white, gradually reddish brown, free, slightly dense, and of unequal length. In summer and autumn, it grows single or scattered on the ground in the forest. This type is generally edible, but there are also reports that it contains hemolytic substances that can be destroyed by heating, so it cannot be eaten raw. The sub entity is of medium size. The cap has a diameter of 3.5-8cm, is flat and semi spherical to flattened, light earthy yellow or light reddish brown, with block like and near warty scales, and indistinct stripes on the edges.