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Author 'Fanfan' (Id 18277 ) : Fungus, an amanita a sentence in bloom?I know that there are several species, citrine, perhaps it? Tue - fly, amanita panthere, some . edible species

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Aperture: f/4.0 | Exposure time: 1/60 s | Focal: 5.8 mm | Metering: Multi-segment (5)
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> Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 21, 2011
It is not an amanita panther, because the warts are already too colorful, so that they are 'white milk' with the panther. In addition, the bulb napiforme already tinged with vinous at the bottom of the stipe sign amanita wine, waiting for the mash, aging, shade around a bit vinous.
> Didoune >Reply Oct 20, 2010
Nice photo: 4:, framing is perfectly perfect: 18:, bravo to the photographer.
Identification > Ecmyco >Reply Jun 07, 2010
Belle vinous Amanita, Amanita rubescens, edible if cooked and well supported.
> Gilou >Reply Nov 30, 2009
Crisp and clear picture. Invaluable for the recognition of the fungus.
> Dragomir >Reply Mar 28, 2009
Je ne parle pas bien français. The development is not quite adjusted. The rest is good. The principal is able to recognize.
> Papillon jaune >Reply Sep 15, 2008
For me it is a amnita panther. Look at the white dots on the hat ! They are well regular. Avoid the fly agarics panther, cap thickness, and cap rougissantes (edible). Too much resemblance, especially after a rain. Once again : CAUTION
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> Géna >Reply Oct 19, 2007
It is actually a fly agaric rougissante (Amanita rubescens), which is a very good edible, but caution, it may be confused with the fly agaric panther (Amanita pantherina) that it is very toxic. Therefore, always verify his collection not a mycologist prior to consumption of your cash.
> Jovial >Reply Nov 17, 2006
Would you have cleared up this photo ? I do not believe that it corresponds to the original photo
> Pascal >Reply Oct 26, 2006
This is the fly agaric rougissante, edible : the photo is correct.
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 09, 2006
Very interesting picture : it seems to be rather a 'fly agaric rougissante or slaty' (Amanita rubescens) to consume only well-cooked and after a secure identification. Picture of report a 'Amanita citrine (Thanks, Axel).
> Mimi [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 09, 2006
For me, this is a 'fly agaric citrine' (non-edible), they are champigons that I don't like to encounter on my path, it looks very similar to the fly agaric Phalloîde (deadly). Beautiful image, Maillard.

> Voir : Http://www.fond ecran champignons d automne.
Amanita rubescens, de ses nombreux noms vernaculaires en français l'Amanite rougissante connue aussi sous le nom d'amanite vineuse ou d'amanite rougeâtre, en raison de sa couleur, ou encore de golmotte, golmette ou golmelle est un champignon basidiomycètes du genre amanita dans la famille des amanitaceae. Poussant dans les forêts de feuillus et de résineux, elle est comestible après cuisson. Elle est toxique crue. (Gg54)
En ayant de bons comestibles, est-ce recommendable cueillir ce genre d'espèce et courrir le risque d'intoxication? (Momjade)
Bien évidemment que non, par ailleurs les avis sont controversés quand à sa saveur. Il faut de toutes façon la cuire à + de 75° assez longtemps avant consommation. (Gg54)
C'est bon de le savoir mais quant à moi, je le laisserai pousser là où je le verrai. (Momjade)
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