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very distinctive amanita, altho those pink touches are rather subtle in your specimen here.
Jenkins collected the type specimen for Amanita komarekensis (a former name for this sp.) in Florida.
just a single fruit body? En masse, they supposedly smell fruity, like apricots.
Here’s Rod’s webpage on ’em, with lots more fun facts:
Seems as though they can also be found in Arkansas. Hope they show up for our NAMA foray there this year! I have never seen one.
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