Observation 140305: Amanita amerirubescens Tulloss nom. prov.
When: 2013-07-06

Notes: Found these in my yard under an oak, but next to a pine stump. Also very close to a chicken coop.

Young it looks very much like the amanita muscaria guessowii. And three – four years ago I know that what was then called var Formosa, had a few dried specimen dropped within 100’ of this location.

I also wonder as the cap seems more tan and less yellow in the mature pictures. We did have an enormous amount of rain though and I’ve read that can dull cap color.

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Close up on day one above ground
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First day saw it
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Area with pine stump
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Day 2
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Day 2
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Day 2 underside
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Spore print on glass

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Recognized by sight: Partial veil on stem under cap with space between cap and veil.. Wart remnants from vulva on cap.. Bulbous base.. I don’t see the shaggy portion on the lower stem close to base so can’t confirm as muscaria.. Spore print white.. No discoloration where bruised..

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