Question - What mushroom toxin has been associated with delayed (36 hours to 3 weeks following ingestion) renal injury and possible renal failure?
Answer - Orellanine is a toxin contained in the mushrooms Cortinarius orellanus, C. rubellus (=C. orellanoides, C. speciosissimus, C. rainierensis), and C. gentilis. C. splendens, C. atrovirens, and C. venenosus, and may possibly cause orellanine like poisoning. (The North American Mycological Association. http://www.namyco.org/mushroom_poisoning_syndromes.php#coprine; accessed June 2019)