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The amanitas of thailand


Thai Journal of Agricultural Science 18(4): 287-296
The amanitas of thailand
Several species of Amanita are classified as poisonous mushroom capable of causing death to the consumer as well as some species are edible. Specimens of Amanita were collected from the north and northeast of Thailand for identification, eight species of this gilled-mushroom were described and identified for their edibility into 3 groups. The poisonous one was Amanita verna (Fr.) Quel., this mushroom is extremely poisonous, even a small piece of it can cause death. The unknown edible group included A. praegraveolens (Murril) Sing., A. virginea Mass., A. angustellamellata (Hohn.) Boed. and A. hemibapha (Berk and Br.) Sacc. sub sp. similis (Boed.) Corner and Bas. Three species of Amanita identified in edible group were A. vaginata Fr. Vitt. var. alba., A. calyptroderma Atkinson and Ballen and A. princeps Corner and Bas sp. nov.

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