Dried caps of the mushroom Amaniata Muscaria.
Specially selected fly agaric mushrooms collected in different regions of Germany. The best specimens from the collection Schamanita 2022.
The red fly agaric fungus (Amanita muscaria) is a mushroom of the genus Amanita of the order Agaricaceae, belonging to the basidiomycetes.
The red fly agaric grows in coniferous, deciduous and mixed forests, especially in birch forests. It occurs frequently and abundantly as singles and in large groups from June until the autumn frosts.
Cap is up to 20 cm in ∅, first globular, then flat-convex, bright red, orange-red, surface is studded with numerous white or faint yellow warts. The color of the skin can be various shades of orange-red to bright red, with age lightens. Young mushrooms rarely have flakes on the cap; older mushrooms may be washed away by rain. The laminae sometimes take on a light yellow hue. Buy Amanita Muscaria Golden Reserve 50g | Amanita Muscaria Golden Reserve 50g
The flesh is white, yellowish under the skin, soft and odorless.
Plates are frequent, loose, white, in older mushrooms yellowing.
Spore powder is white. The spores are ellipsoidal, smooth.
Stem up to 20 cm long, 2.5-3.5 cm ∅, cylindrical, tuberous at base, at first dense, then hollow, white, glabrous, with white or yellowish ring.