Notes: When I first saw these, I had to put the finger on it, because it could be a pebblestone. Only the caps were outside, the rest buried. I picked it carefully as they were already fragile, stems hollow. Then I noticed something parasitizing them, what could it be?
In a clearing, mixed wood but the nearest trees were pines.
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You were right. Belli had it as a separate species.
This amanita is a lepidella.
Note the hanging veil remnants on the edge of the cap = appendiculate margin, typical for this group of amanitas.
Leps sometimes also show pinkish gills.
Looks to be a good match for boudieri macroscopically.
What constitutes var. beillei, Alfredo? My Galli’s “Le Amanita” only showed Amanita boudieri, not its varieties.
How was the base of the stipe?, Were there any veil remnants?
Daniel. I don’t see any rusty colour on. On the cap there’s something that reminds me Amanita or at least something with scales. In this poor land nothing (of “the common”) grows but Amanitas or Inocybe in this season.
That pattern of the parasite what makes you remember (in the middle of the bigger)?
but the parasite…no idea.
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