Latin: Amanita Phalloides
Eating notes: This is the most poisonous species of fungus in the British Isles. There is no known antidote and ingestion is usually fatal.
Cap: 5-12cm Initially convex then expanding. Streaky pale olive green
Gills: White, free, crowded.
Flesh: White. Sickly smell developing after collection.
Habitat: On the ground in deciduous (or occasionally coniferous) woods.