Amanita ponderosa

Amanita excelsa var. spissafungus

Large, baggy and long-lasting leaf. Compact, thick and massive stem that becomes flattened after the bud matures. The cap is hemispherical in its new stage, evolving to convex and becoming flat as it matures, with a diameter between 6 and 18 cm. Exceptional specimens exceeded 20 cm and 1 kg in weight. White cuticle that changes to ochre and brownish tones depending on the sun. Tight, free, creamy-white blades that tend to become darker over time. The flesh is white, firm and compact, which is quick to cut and has a characteristic taste of wet earth, which facilitates its identification.
For the unexpected person there is a danger of confusion with Amanita phalloides in its white variety; although if we pay attention to its shape, taste and texture, they are quite different. The Amanita verna, which is white, grows in the same places and in the same domain as the Amanita ponderosa.
For the collection of this kind of buds you use a spike with a flat tip to make it easier to dig them into the ground, and you use a basket to throw them out and clean the soil as you collect more buds. These leaves can be placed both under the soil and with their hats on the outside. To get it out of the ground it has to be dug in one of the places where it is caught in the gurumelo, until the fork reaches close to the end of the stem, and then pry it with the prick from the opposite side.

Gelbberingter perlpilz

Large, baggy and long lasting volva. Compact, dense and massive stem that hollows out as the mushroom matures. The cap is hemispherical when young, becoming convex and then flat as it matures, with a diameter ranging from 6 to 18 cm. Some specimens, exceptionally, have exceeded 20 cm and 1 kg in weight. White cuticle that changes to ocher and pinkish tones depending on the sunlight. Tight, free and creamy white lamellae that tend to darken with time. Its flesh is white, dense and compact, which reddens quickly when cut and has a characteristic smell of wet earth, which facilitates its identification.
For the inexperienced person there is a danger of confusion with Amanita phalloides in its white variety; although if you look at their shape, smell and texture, they are very different. Amanita verna, which is white, grows in the same places and at the same time as Amanita ponderosa.
For the collection of this mushroom is used a stick-shaped skewer that ends with a flat tip to facilitate digging in the ground, and a wicker basket is used to throw them and to clean the soil as you collect more mushrooms. These mushrooms can be found either under the ground or with their cap out. To get them out of the ground, you should dig on one of the sides where the gurumelo is located, until the hole reaches approximately the end of the stem, and then pry it out with the skewer from the opposite side.

Comentarios

La Amanita ponderosa se suele recolectar antes de que esté completamente expandida y, en ese momento, está enterrada en su mayor parte en el sustrato. Esta especie está estrechamente relacionada con Amanita volvata (Peck) Lloyd y las demás especies de la sección de Amanita Amidella (la mayoría en esa pequeña sección) que tienen la carne de color rosa, la volva y las superficies que se vuelven de color rojo-marrón o naranja-marrón con la edad, y las branquias que se oscurecen si se secan lentamente. En la página de A. volvata se ofrece una lista de algunos de estos taxones.editores breves
El siguiente material que no procede directamente del protólogo del presente taxón y que no se cita como obra de otro investigador se basa en la investigación original de R. E. Tulloss.    La fuente de este último es un Ms. inédito desarrollado con la orientación del Dr. Bas entre 1985 y principios de los años 90; todavía está en forma inacabada.    El lector observará que cuando se redactó, RET aún no había desarrollado una metodología relevante y no había adoptado la notación asociada.    RET ha decidido publicar esta información con comentarios porque no se sabe si alguna vez tendrá tiempo para comprometerse a resucitar a gran escala su proyecto sobre la secta Amidella.

Perlpilz verwechslungsgefahr

Large, baggy, long-lasting grapes. Compact, firm and massive foot, which becomes narrower as the fruit matures. The cap is hemispherical in its new stage, evolving to convex and becoming flat as it matures, with a diameter between 6 and 18 cm. Exceptional specimens exceeded 20 cm and 1 kg in weight. White cuticle that changes to ochre and brownish tones depending on the sun. Tight, free, creamy-white blades that tend to become harder over time. The flesh is white, firm and compact, which is quick to cut and has a characteristic taste of wet earth, which makes it easy to identify.
For the unexpected person there is a danger of confusion with Amanita phalloides in its white variety; although if we pay attention to its shape, taste and texture, they are quite different. The Amanita verna, which is white, grows in the same places and in the same domain as the Amanita ponderosa.
For the collection of this kind of buds you use a spike with a flat tip to make it easier to dig them into the ground, and you use a basket to throw them out and clean the soil as you collect more buds. These leaves can be placed both under the soil and with their hats on the outside. To get it out of the ground it has to be dug in one of the places where it is caught in the gurumelo, until the fork reaches close to the end of the stem, and then pry it with the prick from the opposite side.

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