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Synonyms: Inocybe patouillardii, Inocybe rubescens, Inocybe trinii.
Common name: deadly fibrecap.
Russian names: Volokonnitsa krasneiushchaya, Volokonnitsa Patuyyara.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Inocybe erubescens, also known as I. patouillardii, commonly known as the deadly fibrecap, brick-red tear mushroom or red-staining Inocybe, is a poisonous basidiomycete fungus, one of many in the genus Inocybe and one of the few known to have caused death. It is found growing in small groups on leaf litters in association with beech. All mushroom guidebooks as well as the mushroomers advise that the entire genus should be avoided. The fruit bodies (i.e., the mushrooms) appear in spring and summer; the bell-shaped caps are generally pale pinkish in colour with red stains, with a reddish-pink stipe and gills.
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