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Ectomycorrhizal under beech, tea-tree and introduced mycorrhizal trees. Includes the introduced fly agaric (Amanita muscaria), common under a range of introduced conifers and hardwoods. Another introduced species, A. phalloides, is one of New Zealand's most poisonous mushrooms. Eighteen species have been reported from New Zealand, only those listed below have descriptions or images available from NZFungi.

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 Amanita australis  
 Amanita excelsa
 Amanita excelsa
 Amanita excelsa var. spissa  
 Amanita inopinata  
 Amanita karea  
 Amanita mumura  
 Amanita muscaria  
 Amanita nauseosa  
 Amanita nehuta  
 Amanita nigrescens  
 Amanita nothofagi  
 Amanita pareparina  
 Amanita pekeoides  
 Amanita phalloides  
 Amanita pumatona  
 Amanita sp. 2  
 Amanita taiepa  
 Amanita vaginata