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Inocybe patouillardii.   Click a photo to enlarge it.   back to list

synonyms: Inocbye de Patouillard, Inocybe erubescens, Red-staining Fibrecap, Ziegelroter Risspilz
Inocybe patouillardii4 Mushroom
Ref No: 8490
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Inocybe patouillardii 2 Mushroom
Ref No: 8657
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Inocybe patouillardii Mushroom
Ref No: 8658
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Inocybe patouillardiiF Mushroom
Ref No: 8660
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location: Europe
edibility: Deadly
fungus colour: White to cream
normal size: 5-15cm
cap type: Conical or nearly so
stem type: Bulbous base of stem, Simple stem
flesh: Flesh discolours when cut, bruised or damaged
spore colour: Light to dark brown
habitat: Grows in woods, Grows on the ground

Inocybe patouillardii Bres. New syn. Inocybe erubescens Ziegelroter Risspilz, Inocbye de Patouillard, Red-staining Fibrecap. Cap 2.58cm across, conical or bell-shaped often with low, broad umbo, margin becoming lobed or split, ivory covered in red or brown-staining radial fibres. Stem 30100 x 1020mm, white staining red, sometimes with a marginate bulb. Flesh white, unchanging. Taste mild, smell faint when young, rank in older specimens. Gills adnate, rose-pink at first then cream, finally olive-brown, bruising red. Cheilocystidia thin-walled, subcylindric without apical encrustation. Spore print dull brown. Spores smooth, bean-shaped, 1013 x 5.57. Habitat path sides in deciduous woods, usually beech, on chalky soils. Season spring to autumn. Occasional. Deadly poisonous. Found In Europe.

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Lorand Bartho (Hungary) - 10 March 2009

The poison in this mushroom and in several other species of Inocybe (as well as in Clitocybe rivulosa etc.) is muscarine. (The substance has been named after Amanita muscaria which, however only contains small amounts of muscarine.) Although muscarine has a limited absorption from the gut, these mushrooms can cause systemic poisoning characterized by flow of saliva (hypersalivation), diminishment of heart rate (bradycardia), sweating, reduction of blood pressure, abdominal cramps, vomiting, diarrhoea and several other symptoms (most of them mimicking parasympathetic autonomic nerve overactivity). Patients with strong and dangerous symptoms are treated with atropine, a plant alkaloid that blocks the same "receptors" that are stimulated by muscarine.
Lorand Bartho (Hungary) - 08 March 2009

Inocybe patouillardiiF
Lorand Bartho (Hungary) - 03 March 2009

Hungarian name, Téglavörös susulyka
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