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amanita regalis


The cap of this mushroom can grow from 8 to 25 centimeters wide, it is convex when yound, but flattens later on. The cap usually has a brownish coloration. The stipe is usually from 3 to 5 centimeters wide, white colored, usually a bit wider at the bottom; it also has a ring. The fills have a yellowish color and are densely packed. The spore print has a white color.


Chemical reactions

Potassium hydroxide reacts with the mushroom flesh, thereby creating an orange coloration. Silver nitrate creates a black coloration when reacted with the fles, while ammonium forms a dark blue coloration.


This species usually grows at a somewhat higher elevation, near coniferous trees, although it can sometimes also be found in lower parts, near beeches and similar trees. It grows throughout Europe, Asia and in certain parts of North America.


This species grows mostly during september and october, somewhat earlier than the fly agaric.



The royal fly agaric is highly poisonous. However, it is not as poisonous as Amanita phalloides, but is more dangerous than the common fly agaric.

Similar species

This species could eventually be confused with the common fly agaric, although the latter is usually more brightly colored, and the stipe, ring and gills are completely white.



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