Yellow American Blusher Amanita flavorubens (Berk. & Mont.) Sacc.    Synonyms: Agaricus flavorubens.
Kingdom Fungi   >   Phylum Basidiomycota   >   Class Agaricomycetes   >   Order Agaricales   >   Family Amanitaceae   >   Genus Amanita   

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Many field guides treat this species as a synonym of Amanita flavorubescens. If these species are synonymous, Amanita flavorubens is the older name.

There are 8 records in the project database.

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Yellow American Blusher in Montgomery Co., Maryland (8/13/2020). (c) wearethechampignons, some rights reserved (CC BY). Photo by wearethechampignons via iNaturalist. (MBP list)

Yellow American Blusher in Montgomery Co., Maryland (8/13/2020). (c) wearethechampignons, some rights reserved (CC BY). Photo by wearethechampignons via iNaturalist. (MBP list)

Yellow American Blusher in Montgomery Co., Maryland (7/18/2020). (c) timboucher, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC). Photo by timboucher via iNaturalist. (MBP list)

Spores of Yellow American Blusher in Howard Co., Maryland (10/9/2018). (c) Joanne and Robert Solem, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC). Photo by Joanne Solem. (MBP list)

Yellow American Blusher in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/8/2020). (c) Peter M Martin, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC). Photo by Peter M Martin via iNaturalist. (MBP list)

Yellow American Blusher in Baltimore Co., Maryland (7/8/2020). (c) Peter M Martin, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC). Photo by Peter M Martin via iNaturalist. (MBP list)

Yellow American Blusher in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland (7/10/2020). (c) Lauren, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC). Photo by Lauren via iNaturalist. (MBP list)


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