Notes: These mushrooms were found at about 6800 ft. in extremely dry conditions, under lodgepole pine. They are very small in stature for muscaria—note the quarter. Thanks to Debbie Klein, and Debbie Viess for the ID help.
Amanita muscaria var. alba Peck on MyCoPortal
Amanita muscaria var. alba on MycoBank
Preferred Names: Amanita muscaria var. guessowii Veselý, Amanita chrysoblema G.F. Atk.
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as though everything survived very well including the plastic jar. Effective, yet light weight, packaging.
but heading for Santa Cruz in a few minutes. Probably tomorrow. Did it arrive in good condition?
The material has arrived. Can you approximate a lat./long. for the collection using Google Earth?
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