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Amanita flavoconia

This plant has poison characteristics. See below.
Common Name(s):
Yellow Patches, Yellow Wart
Category:
Poisonous Plants
Comment:

This species is suspected to be toxic and is related to other known toxic species of Amanita and should be avoided. 

Description:
Cap orange to yellow-orage, sticky, with yellow warts, up to 4 inches in diameter; gills crowded, white, free from the stalk; stalk pale yellow to white, with an enlarged, oval base, powdery appearance; annulus white, persistant, located near top of stalk; volva yellow, fragile, often left in soil when picked; spore print white.
Origin:
USA, NC
Distribution:
Throughout NC but appears to be more common in the Piedmont and Coastal Plain regions
Poison Part:
Mushroom
Poison Delivery Mode:
Ingestion
Symptoms:
Apparently, little has been documented on this specific species, but it is expected to produce symptoms similar to other Amanita species: nausea, vomiting, dizziness, abdominal pains, etc. Symtoms occur 30 minutes to several hours after ingesting.
Edibility:
NOT EDIBLE!
Toxic Principle:
This species is suspected to be toxic and is related to other known toxic species of Amanita and should be avoided.
Severity:
HIGHLY TOXIC, MAY BE FATAL IF EATEN!
Found in:
Forest or natural area, landscape; singly or scattered, usually under hardwood trees, especially oaks, occasionally under pine

NCCES plant id: 957

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