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Author 'Pink julie' (Id 67191 ) : A goliath in the forest. It was more than 20 cm ! I've never seen one quite as big. I wonder if it is edible.

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EXIF : Brand: Canon | Camera: Canon PowerShot A610
Aperture: f/4.0 | Exposure time: 1/80 s | Focal: 7.3 mm | Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Non défini () | Correction: 0.3 EV | Flash: (80) | Date: 09/08/2008 15:40:03
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Identification > Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 26, 2011
We have here to do at a yellow shape of Amanita muscaria, the so-called forma europaea.
In no case shall the Amanita citrina or a parasol. Already look at the size shown, that is not one of the latter two fungi.
> Ticoune >Reply May 23, 2011
The fly agaric like him. Galls on the cover, in my opinion, apart from a bit too yellow color is probably due to lighting. : 13:
> Uèi >Reply Sep 11, 2010
1: Super beautiful picture: bravo: 3: Me and plus I can not find much to like this, the board if possible: 12.
> Agaricus augustus >Reply May 18, 2010
... If you look at the photo, bottom foot of mushrooms, there is a bag (you can see rolling up the bag, right foot) and if you look under the bonnet, you see a small peak (also right the picture) and it is the ring, we see evil, because the fungus is not mature, therefore: bag (or volva) + = ring agaric, it is yellow, citrine amanita =, = inedible. (Low toxicity.) Ps: also notice the flakes on the cap, specific to this species.
Identification > Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 13, 2008
This fungus, yellow has a bright yellow color and goes hardly unnoticed, given its size. This is the 'Parasol yellow' (Leucocoprinus birnbaumii or Lepiota lutea). It is not edible and can even be toxic to some people. HAS NOT CONSUME ONLY WITH THE EYES. Good documentary photo : bravo and thank you.
> Jasmin >Reply Aug 13, 2008
This fungus is well net and this is the first that I see. Having regard to its color, I doubt its edibility, but less of its harmful effects. The position of the fungus is spinning. You may be able to present it in vertical.
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 12, 2008
I didn't know this beautiful mushroom, but his position makes me a little dizzy
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 12, 2008
It is beautiful this fungus. What a beautiful color !
I had never seen such things and it is net on your photo.
As to whether it is edible, I do not know anything but because of its yellow color, I highly doubt it.
Après les tues-mouches rouges et les tues-mouches oranges, en voici une jaune !... (Gg54)
Amanita muscaria selon le commentaire d'Ecmyco. Qui apportera un champignon vert au goupe? (Momjade)
Des verts, j'en connais un !... Le Stophaire vert de gris (Stropharia aeruginosa), Une espèce non comestible d'un beau vert-gris bleuté mais je n'en ai pas trouvé de photo sur FEI. (Gg54)
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