RM2A7HD18–Blusher mushroom, Amanita rubescens 1, grisette, A. vaginata 2, miller or sweetbread, Clitopilus prunulus 3, and coral fungus, Clavulina amethystina 4. Chromolithograph after an illustration by M. C. Cooke from his own 'British Edible Fungi, how to distinguish and how to cook them,' London, Kegan Paul, 1891. Mordecai Cubitt Cooke (1825-1914) was a British botanist, mycologist and artist. He was curator a the India Musuem from 1860 to 1879, when he transferred along with the botanical collection to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
RMBDC866–The Blusher (Amanita rubescens) toadstool growing at the base of a tree
RF2JE1B8T–Yellow American Blusher mushroom emerging from the forest floor.
RMPJ106T–Freshly emerged fruiting bodies of the Blusher mushroom, Amanita rubescens, among birch leaf litter
RMBP0FF9–The Blusher Amanita rubescens Taken at Freshfield Dune Heath, Sefton Coast, UK
RFRGAWH2–Blusher mushroom, Amanita rubescens
RME95HYJ–Amanita rubescens, blusher mushroom, Dorset, UK
RMKNW5Y1–The Blusher - Amanita rubescens
RFEMRE8X–mushroom - blusher - poisonous mushroom
RMEBTX1C–blusher (Amanita rubescens), fruiting body on mossy ground, Germany
RMBR7341–Amanita rubescens, The blusher mushroom
RF2K67RBB–Blusher Mushroom - Amanita. A. rubescens
RMF2PCAE–Fahrland, Germany. 21st Sep, 2015. A poisonous false blusher mushroom growing in a forest near Fahrland, Germany, 21 September 2015. Mushrooms begin to sprout in mild, damp weather. PHOTO: BERND SETTNIK/DPA/Alamy Live News
RFBW1XJR–Blusher (Amanita rubescens)
RF2C6HABF–Edible mushroom Amanita rubescens in the meadow under birch and aspen trees. Known as blusher mushroom. Wild musrooms growing in the grass.
RMC58RN3–Blusher (Amanita rubescens) mushroom
RMBPPE8A–Parasol mushroom (Lepiota procera)
RFPC335M–the amanita rubescens mushroom, also known as blusher mushroom
RFH3F28H–Deadly toxic poison mushroom red fly-agaric blusher in autumn contiferous forest
RFM8XE6K–Poisonous mushroom blusher in forest leaves
RFR6YWPY–Nice blusher mushroom in a autumn forest
RF2K2YK6K–Single Blusher mushroom growing on the forest floor in early autumn