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Russula emetica · piktoji ūmėdė

  • sickener, emetic russula, vomiting russula
  • Kirschrote Spei-Täubling
  • piktoji ūmėdė
  • sīvā bērzlape
  • gołąbek wymiotny The mushroom has a wide distribution in the Northern Hemisphere, where it grows on the ground in damp woodlands in a mycorrhizal association with conifers, especially pine.

The mushroom's common names refer to the gastrointestinal distress they cause when consumed raw. The flesh is extremely peppery, but this offensive taste, along with its toxicity, can be removed by parboiling or pickling. Although it used to be widely eaten in eastern European countries, it is generally not recommended for consumption. There are many similar Russula species that have a red cap with white stem and gills, some of which can be reliably distinguished from R. emetica only by microscopic characteristics.

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