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amanita

Amanita bisporigera

Description:

El hongo tiene un suave color blanco la tapa que puede alcanzar hasta 10 centímetros de diámetro, la superficie es seca y si el ambiente esta húmedo es pegajosa y una madre de hasta 14 centímetros de espesor, tienen una delicada falda blanca-como anillo en la parte superior.

Habitat:

Sobre el terreno de los bosques de coníferas y bosques caducifolios.

Notes:

Amanita bisporigera es un hongo venenoso. Los primeros síntomas de envenenamiento aparecen de 6 a 24 horas después del consumo, seguida de un período de aparente mejoría, a continuación, por los síntomas del hígado y la insuficiencia renal la muerte de quien la consuma deviene al cuarto día.

2 Species ID Suggestions

Amanita rojiza
Amanita fulva Amanita fulva
The Destroying Angel"
Amanita bisporigera UWL Website


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1 Comment

Ralf Batravil A
Ralf Batravil A 6 years ago

During it life cycle, this mushrooms "the destroying angel presents 11 steps:
Step 1 shows the complete development of the fruiting body. More importantly the complete development of the gills which contain the reproductive spores.

Step 2,3,4 shows the site of spore production within the fungus, starting from the largest structure (gills), to the smallest structure (basidiospores)

Steps 5,6 show the growth of a new mycelium and fungus from the parent spores that were released into the environment.

Steps 7,8,9 show how the fungus becomes more organized into larger mycelium from the original mycelium and parent spores. Notice how the clamp connections in step 8 allow for a dikaryon stage to exist.

Steps 10, 11 show how these secondary mycelium eventually give rise to the fruiting bodies known as mushrooms. The cycle then continues.

https://bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2013/bi...

Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazán, Honduras

Spotted on Jul 4, 2015
Submitted on Jul 17, 2015

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