Meaning of AMANITA in English


ˌaməˈnīd.ə, -ēd.ə noun

Usage: capitalized

Etymology: New Latin, probably from Greek amanitai (plural), a kind of fungus

: a genus of widely distributed white-spored agarics having an annulus and a volva that is separate from the pileus and with a few exceptions being poisonous


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