about the genus Amanita (Amanita)
 
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Fleshy, rather short-lived, ectotrophic, white-spored agarics with free to nearly free lamellae and prominent veils; spores amyloid or not, often with low Q-value, lamellar trama divergent.
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 about the species Destroying Angel (Amanita virosa)
 
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VERY POISONOUS. Symptoms following eating are referred to the phalloides syndrome (cyclopeptide poising) that ultimately lead to severe liver damage and possibly death.
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© Jens H. Petersen - Denmark, JHP-08.129


© Jens H. Petersen - Denmark, JHP-08.129


© Jens H. Petersen - Denmark

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