Observation 138062: Amanita muscaria var. guessowii Veselý
When: 2006-10-05
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Bad lighting makes the color look off, read comments. Taste and smells like muscaria and feels like muscaria when ingested.

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 = Current consensus

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If you noticed …
By: Modified Hypothesis (Modified Hypothesis )
2014-07-18 04:07:16 EDT (-0400)

Its from 2006 Your just now after 4 months of it already being stated

“I took the picture in a deceptive lighting and intentionally portrayed it a way to people wouldn’t be able to easily tell I was 18 and thought it was funny.”

It seems like you can’t read or something.

So A The picture just came out that way
B I didn’t feel like taking another
C I was young…

Who said i was asking for an ID on it any way I’m not the person doubting it. Those NJ amanita i had 8 years working with… I feel pretty comfy around muscaria and patherina. Any who persicina are the most common species in the that neighbor hood and down its rare you see the guessowii , its the same species as the picture i have for my avatar unless you think that’s a rubescens too? I seriously feel like some people just like to argue. I didn’t take you as one of those ones tho.

I guess I can add it does help people , it if the read the notes it is an example of how bad lighting can make things look different for starts.

That’s different
By: Erlon (Herbert Baker)
2014-07-18 00:51:17 EDT (-0400)

If you want a proper id try posting photos of how the specimen actually looks. I don’t see the point in intentionally posting deceptive photos. Doesn’t really help anyone.

Once again
By: Modified Hypothesis (Modified Hypothesis )
2014-07-18 00:24:56 EDT (-0400)

Its really faded its yellow-orange , did not stain red at all. Also was very active. I totally took a really deceptive picture it was just the lighting. I would go with amanita velatipes if it wasn’t they fact they got rained on very hard and were more os faded and not the color in the picture at all in real life.

It was super faded
By: Modified Hypothesis (Modified Hypothesis )
2014-03-17 15:40:45 EDT (-0400)

I took the picture in a deceptive lighting and intentionally portrayed it a way to people wouldn’t be able to easily tell I was 18 and thought it was funny.

Across the street from it was a squirrel that was road kill i’m certain it was tripped out and got hit

Why doesnt persicina make sense
By: Modified Hypothesis (Modified Hypothesis )
2014-03-13 23:30:33 EDT (-0400)

Its the most common one in that area …? Do we need Tulloss to come say its Amanita persicina

Bad lighting
By: Modified Hypothesis (Modified Hypothesis )
2013-06-29 22:18:34 EDT (-0400)

I think the fact that it has a bite out of it and its not bruising in any fashion is a great indicator its just rather faded.

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