Collection location: Pembroke, Maine, USA [Click for map]
On moss covered ground under hemlock. Cap 49 mm, brown to yellow buff, darker at margin, lighter at center with knob, striated margin, no patches. Gills cream colored and close. Stem 102mm x 4-6 mm, no ring, pale orange brown, scurfy on bottom 2/3, paler and smooth on top 1/3, buff colored volval remnants on lower portion, indistinct base.
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This material has been received and accessioned into Rod’s herbarium.
I very mush appreciate your sending the material.
This was mailed to you today along with two others.
Yes, I’ll dry it and hold onto it for awhile. Thanks for helping me with it as I had no clue where to begin. Would you mind looking at MO 139432 to see if I’m on the right track?
Thank yuo for sending the package that Naomi started processing today.
Section Vaginatae is one of my long time loves in Amanita. It’s just very hard to work with and very little work as been done on it. A large majority of the species are unnamed and many are probably completely unknown. I’m pretty sure that this observation relates to a member of this section.
I’d like to see your material, but I don’t want to ask you to send one specimen this week and another the next. Maybe you could hold on to material in a cool dry place after drying and ship things when you have a few to send at one time.
I thank you, again, for the material you have already sent.
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