Notes: At first I thought this was a pale amerirubescens. Cap seemed to lack innate streaks associated with brunnescens. Stipe showed plenty of rubescence, as seen in photo (same as prior to handling). Star-split bulb did point toward brunnescens, but I had just harvested a classic Blusher that showed splitting on the base.
Mainly globose spores settled this, at least in my mind… perhaps only for the time being :-) Perhaps brunnescens var. alba may be considered?
Where oak woods meets a rocky boundary with a grassy area.
Specimen dehydrating and will be available for study.
Amanita brunnescens G.F. Atk. on MyCoPortal
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And the existing identification on this page looks good.
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