Observation 137847: Amanita subsect. Pantherinae
When: 2013-06-27
Who: AJ (j7u)
No herbarium specimen

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Annulus
By: AJ (j7u)
2013-06-29 17:17:55 CDT (-0400)

http://mushroomobserver.org/137990 was made within a few feet of this mushroom and more clearly shows the annulus.

http://mushroomobserver.org/137991 appears to be the same species and shows an attached annulus. There were around a dozen of these mushrooms, and this one had the most developed annulus that was still attached. All others were either less developed or had separated.

You’re welcome.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2013-06-29 00:34:49 CDT (-0400)

Please tell us how this turns out.

Very best,

Rod

Annulus
By: AJ (j7u)
2013-06-29 00:09:02 CDT (-0400)

I’m not entirely sure. I will go back tomorrow to check on a younger specimen that was growing nearby. Thanks for your identification help!

Was the annulus being pulled up the stipe by the cap…
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2013-06-29 00:01:13 CDT (-0400)

That is, Was the annulus being pulled into a funnel-shape by the cap?

If the answer is, “Yes,” then the most likely identification (considering the location is in Pennsylvania) is probably A. velatipes as suggested below.

Very best,

R

Perhaps
By: AJ (j7u)
2013-06-28 18:13:44 CDT (-0400)

Amanita subsection Pantherinae is the best name for these.

I keep wanting to call these
By: Josh M.K. (suchen)
2013-06-28 18:12:28 CDT (-0400)

A. velatipes or even A. multisquamosa. I wonder.

Created: 2013-06-27 21:10:05 CDT (-0400)
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