Amanita phalloides Amanita phal·loi·des (fə-loi'dēz')
A mushroom containing toxins such as phalloidine and amanitin that cause gastroenteritis and necrosis of the liver and kidneys.
Or affirmed that the phalloidin of the amanita phalloides was very nearly related to, and perhaps identical with, strychnine.
This species is considered by some only a white variety of amanita phalloides.
The plant shown in Fig. 14 (amanita phalloides) was placed on its side in a basket for about an hour.