Amanita rubrovolvata, commonly known as the red volva Amanita, is a species of fungus in the family Amanitaceae. First described scientifically by the Japanese mycologist S. Imai in 1939, it is widely distributed in eastern Asia. The fungus produces small to medium-sized mushrooms, with reddish-orange caps up to 6.5 mm (0.26 in) wide. The stems are up to 100 mm (3.9 in) tall, cream above the ring and cream to yellowish below it. The stem ends in a roughly spherical bulb at the base, which is covered with bright orange patches. Neither edibility nor toxicity have been established for the fungus, but it is suspected to be associated with neurological anomalies. Several molecular studies have confirmed the mushroom's classification in the subgenus Amanita of the genus Amanita, along with clos

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  • Amanita rubrovolvata, es una especie de hongo basidiomiceto venenoso, del género Amanita, de la familia Amanitaceae. (es)
  • Amanita rubrovolvata é um fungo que pertence ao gênero de cogumelos Amanita na ordem Agaricales. É encontrado exclusivamente na América do Norte. (pt)
  • Amanita rubrovolvata, commonly known as the red volva Amanita, is a species of fungus in the family Amanitaceae. First described scientifically by the Japanese mycologist S. Imai in 1939, it is widely distributed in eastern Asia. The fungus produces small to medium-sized mushrooms, with reddish-orange caps up to 6.5 mm (0.26 in) wide. The stems are up to 100 mm (3.9 in) tall, cream above the ring and cream to yellowish below it. The stem ends in a roughly spherical bulb at the base, which is covered with bright orange patches. Neither edibility nor toxicity have been established for the fungus, but it is suspected to be associated with neurological anomalies. Several molecular studies have confirmed the mushroom's classification in the subgenus Amanita of the genus Amanita, along with closely related species such as A. muscaria. (en)
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  • Amplariella rubrovolvata (S. Imai)E.-J. Gilbert)
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  • Phylogeny of A. rubrovolvata and related species based on ribosomal DNA sequences. (en)
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  • A. rubrovolvata (en)
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  • Hymenomycetes (en)
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  • Amplariella rubrovolvata ( E.-J. Gilbert) (en)
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  • Amanita rubrovolvata, es una especie de hongo basidiomiceto venenoso, del género Amanita, de la familia Amanitaceae. (es)
  • Amanita rubrovolvata é um fungo que pertence ao gênero de cogumelos Amanita na ordem Agaricales. É encontrado exclusivamente na América do Norte. (pt)
  • Amanita rubrovolvata, commonly known as the red volva Amanita, is a species of fungus in the family Amanitaceae. First described scientifically by the Japanese mycologist S. Imai in 1939, it is widely distributed in eastern Asia. The fungus produces small to medium-sized mushrooms, with reddish-orange caps up to 6.5 mm (0.26 in) wide. The stems are up to 100 mm (3.9 in) tall, cream above the ring and cream to yellowish below it. The stem ends in a roughly spherical bulb at the base, which is covered with bright orange patches. Neither edibility nor toxicity have been established for the fungus, but it is suspected to be associated with neurological anomalies. Several molecular studies have confirmed the mushroom's classification in the subgenus Amanita of the genus Amanita, along with clos (en)
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  • Amanita rubrovolvata (en)
  • Amanita rubrovolvata (es)
  • Amanita rubrovolvata (pt)
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