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American Eastern Yellow Fly Agaric On a trip to New York we stopped at a state park in Cooksburg Pennsylvania and noticed these big yellow mushrooms the size of our fists. The scientific name for this mushroom is Amanita Muscaria Var. Guessowii. They are part of the Amanitaceae. Genus family. These mushrooms are also related to those mushrooms often seen in stories or video games with red and white polka dots. These mushrooms are yellow with flaky white spots and a strong, thick stalk. American Eastern Fly Agaric is a poisonous, inedible mushroom.  They have gills and grow from the ground and not from trees, they are most commonly found near Pine/Cedar trees. Amanita muscaria var. guessowii,Anamita Muscaria,Fungus,Mushroom,Pennsylvania,Yellow Fly Agaric Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

American Eastern Yellow Fly Agaric

On a trip to New York we stopped at a state park in Cooksburg Pennsylvania and noticed these big yellow mushrooms the size of our fists. The scientific name for this mushroom is Amanita Muscaria Var. Guessowii. They are part of the Amanitaceae. Genus family. These mushrooms are also related to those mushrooms often seen in stories or video games with red and white polka dots. These mushrooms are yellow with flaky white spots and a strong, thick stalk. American Eastern Fly Agaric is a poisonous, inedible mushroom. They have gills and grow from the ground and not from trees, they are most commonly found near Pine/Cedar trees.

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  1. There is a separate entry for it in Wilipedia so you should be able to identify it.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amanita_muscaria_var._guessowii
    Posted 6 years ago

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''Amanita muscaria'' var. ''guessowii'', commonly known as the American Eastern Yellow Fly Agaric is a basidiomycete fungus of the genus ''Amanita''.

Similar species: Agaricales
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