Agaricus albolutescens
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Smell: Almond
Spore Print: Brown
Edibility: Edible
Color: White to Yellowish Orange

Habitat:
Found in the woods under conifers.

Description:
This Agaricus is fairly large in size. It stains Amber. This is a rather large short and stocky mushroom. Many sources list this as an excellent edible, while a few others state that it can cause severe gastrointestinal upset in some people. It may be that it was confused with another poisonous yellow staining Agaricus. There are several Agaricus which fit this description. There may be several different species which are still being studied. It is synonymous with Agaricus abrubtibulbus .

Related:
Agaricus sylvicola


Last Updated:
Jul 30 2020 10:42 AM

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