Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Agaricales: Amanitaceae: Amanita caesarea (Scop.) Pers.
Synonyms: Agaricus aurantiacus, Agaricus aurantius, Agaricus aureus, Agaricus caesareus, Amanita aurantia, Amanita aurantiaca, Fungus caesareus, Venenarius caesareus, Volvoamanita caesarea.
Common name: Caesar's amanita.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Amanita caesarea, commonly known as Caesar's mushroom, is a highly regarded edible mushroom in the genus Amanita, native to southern Europe and North Africa. While it was first described by Giovanni Antonio Scopoli in 1772, this mushroom was a known favorite of early rulers of the Roman Empire.
Azerbaijani: Sezar amanitası, Basque: Kuleto, Bosnian: Blagva, Breton: Oroñjez, Bulgarian: Булка (гъба), Catalan: Ou de reig, Chinese: 橙盖鹅膏菌, Corsican: Cocca, Czech: Muchomůrka císařka, Esperanto: Oranĝfungo, Finnish: Keisarikärpässieni, French: Oronge, Galician: Amanita dos Césares, Georgian: ნიყვი, German: Kaiserling, Hungarian: Császárgomba, Icelandic: Keisaraserkur, Japanese: セイヨウタマゴタケ, Lithuanian: Karališkoji musmirė, Mingrelian: მარქვალიშ გური, Nepali: सल्ले च्याउ, Persian: قارچ قیصر, Polish: Muchomor cesarski, Romanian: Burete domnesc, Russian: Цезарский гриб, Serbian: Јајчара, Turkish: İmparator mantarı, Ukrainian: Мухомор Цезаря.
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