Under some pine, possibly white but they were in a planting array, otherwise hemlock and deciduous.
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I work all week and it’s a two hour drive. I usually leave unidentified Amanitas behind unless I am going to run into you :)
some conflicting signals (striate margin AND gills NOT squarely cut off). Confusing situation regarding what the volval looks like on the stipe base. (Can you get a good photo of the base of the stem?
Since this is the second example of this unusual mix of characters with a couple of weeks on MO, it would be interesting for us to take a look that this specimen if you happen to dry it for preservation.
Created: 2012-10-15 09:39:56 CDT (-0500)
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