Description of poisonous Ryadovka

When picking mushrooms, sometimes doubts arise: is this fruit poisonous or edible? This knowledge plays a particularly important role in the collection of fruits that have dangerous doubles. So ordinary and poisonous Ryadovka differ only in a few external signs.

Description of poisonous Ryadovka

Appearance Row

The description of this inedible subspecies is in many respects similar to that characteristic for ordinary conditionally edible relatives. The fruiting season is from August to October.

Description of the row of edible and poisonous:

  • The diameter of a rounded or convex hat is up to 12 cm.
  • The color is dirty gray, heterogeneous.
  • Leg - up to 12 cm.
  • The pulp is dense, white or grayish, sometimes with yellowness (in old individuals).
  • Plates adhered to the attachment point of the legs are frequent, resilient.

It also grows in the steppe zone, prefers deciduous coniferous forests and plantings. It can bear fruit in oak or linden groves, on calcareous or sandy soils. Sometimes found in meadows and fields, in deciduous parks.

Often grows in a “witch’s circle, ” that is, a group of 5 individuals or a conglomerate. Like edible fruits, the poisonous ones are covered with leaves or make their way through a layer of turf.

The hallmarks of a poisonous fetus

Venomous poisoning has a number of features by which an edible fruit is distinguished from a dangerous one:

  • The hat of the poisonous row is covered with dark gray scales, they are heterogeneous and resemble tiles on the roof.
  • Plates constantly emit water-mucous drops
  • At the break, the color of the pulp does not change. In addition, it has a pleasant smell (and not a sharp powdery, like an edible fruit). The taste of bitterness is not felt either.
  • Poisonous worms do not gnaw, insects do not sit on them.

The poisonous Ryadovka is similar to the gray subspecies, but it has a uniform color of the hat without eye-catching dark scales. A white hat distinguishes the inedible fruit from the white-champignon. In addition, he has a distinctive ring on his leg.

In a black-scaled edible species, both the hat and the leg are covered with plates. Red (pink) is distinguished by lighter (olive) scales and plates of a pinkish tint.

Mushrooms cause serious poisoning.

There is debate whether the White Ryadovka is poisonous. In some sources, it is referred to as low-poisonous subspecies. It causes intestinal upset with excessive use. In others, it is classified as a completely inedible mushroom and is not recommended to eat.

The persistent unpleasant odor of the fungus does not disappear even after heat treatment, which bribes mushroom pickers. It is usually edible fruits that smell unpleasant, but Ryadovka is white poisonous.

Signs of Poisoning

The fungus has no subspecies. For its color, it was called the leopard, or tiger, fruit. Poisoning poisonous - a dangerous toxin for humans.

Signs of Poisoning Tiger Poison Poison:

  • weakness;
  • nausea;
  • salivation;
  • heart palpitations;
  • vomiting, diarrhea;
  • loss of consciousness;
  • drowsiness.

Symptoms occur over a period of 15 minutes. up to 2.5 hours. Call an ambulance immediately. Do not self-medicate. The poisonous toxin of this species has not yet been studied, therefore, it is doubly dangerous.

Getting rid of dangerous fruits on the plot

The species is not cultivated at home. If he appeared on the site, he is cut off and destroyed. This helps to prevent accidental poisoning of children or animals. Mushroom poisonous fruits are removed in 2 stages:

  • dig the earth (carry out land reclamation);
  • treat the site with special antifungal drugs.

Boric acid or vinegar is also used to get rid of mushrooms.


Mushrooms Ryadovka poisonous not all, but only a leopard (tiger) species. It is distinguished by dark gray scales on a hat and a pleasant smell of pulp. Poisoning is treated only with the help of doctors. To clean the site of dangerous fruits will help mechanical methods and chemicals, because the mycelium of fruits is tenacious.


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