Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Agaricales: Amanitaceae: Amanita gemmata (Fr.) Bertill.
Synonyms: Agaricus adnatus, Agaricus gemmatus, Agaricus junquilleus, Amanita adnata, Amanita amici, Amanita godeyi, Amanita junquillea, Amanita muscaria, Amanitaria gemmata, Amanitopsis adnata, Amanitopsis gemmata, Amanitopsis godeyi, Venenarius gemmatus.
Common name: Jewelled Amanita.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Amanita gemmata, commonly known as the gemmed Amanita or the jonquil Amanita, is an agaric mushroom of the family Amanitaceae and genus Amanita. The fruit body has a cap that is a dull to golden shade of yellow, and typically 2.5–12 cm (1.0–4.7 in) in diameter. The cap surface is sticky when moist, and characterized by white warts, which are easily detached. It is initially convex, and flattens out when mature. The flesh is white and does not change colour when cut. Gills are white and closely spaced. The stem is pale yellow, and measures 4–12 cm (1.6–4.7 in) long by 0.5–1.9 cm (0.2–0.7 in) thick. The partial veil that covers the young fruit body turns into the ring on the stem at maturity. The spore print is white, while the spores are roughly elliptical, and measure 8–10 by 6.5–7.5 μm.
Basque: Lanperna hori, Bulgarian: Жълто-розова мухоморка, Chinese: 黃蓋鵝膏, Czech: Muchomůrka slámožlutá, Finnish: Narsissikärpässieni, French: Amanite jonquille, Galician: Cacaforra dourada, Georgian: ყვითელი ბილწა სოკო, German: Narzissengelber Wulstling, Hungarian: Sárga galóca, Japanese: ウスキテングタケ, Polish: Muchomor narcyzowy, Romanian: Ciupercă perlată, Russian: Мухомор ярко-жёлтый, Serbian: Жута мухара, Swedish: Gul flugsvamp.
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