Notes: Found in oak woods of SW Missouri and edges of cultivated fields. Odd but mild smell similar to licorice? not sure. veil covers gills. maybe amanita of some kind?
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HI R. I can’t recall what it looked like. I may have not even dug it up as I just started collecting. No photo I am afraid.
Other non-disgusting amanita smells that come to mind are apple, pear, burnt sugar, “floral,” “hotel soap,” etc. I know of a small, white species from Texas that had an odor of pear the one time I encountered it (a species of sect Validae with a somewhat rooting bulb).
Do you have a picture of a bulb or volval material at the stem base?
Thanks Danny! I selected unknown, not sure where fungi bartling came from lol.
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