Notes: Cap 12.5 cm across.
Spores ~ 8.4-10.5 X 6.1-7.5 microns
Q(ave) = 1.32
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As I mentioned in a longer article on MuhsroomTalk, this seemingly gemmatoid Amanita is actually in the Amanita muscaria clade. We have 4 collecitons of it already and I recognize it in the field now. This is one of the 4-5 members of the yellow Amanita group in California that have been referred to A. gemmata gr.Dimitar
Can you explain me the characteristics that must have a microscope to see the spores and how to prepare the sample? And how do you photograph it?
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