Observation 140601: Amanita ceciliae sensu auct. amer.
When: 2013-07-21

Notes: on ground in mixed woods red pine/aspen; cap gray at center lighter to edge, 6 cm, smooth without warts (may have washed off), planar with slight umbo, edge distinctly striate 1+ cm; gills free, white, close; stipe 10 cm tapering from 1 to .5 cm at apex, smooth white, ring absent, small loose sac-like volva with small bulb; spore print creamy white

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I can’t really tell if the volval sac is turning gray in the upper portion.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2013-07-22 12:19:48 CDT (-0400)

If that were the case, then I’d consider this closer to A. sinicoflava than to the proposed species A. rhacopus./A. borealisorora (A. ceciliae sensu auct. amer.). However, if the saccate volva is not becoming distinctly gray on the upper part of the free limb, then this is an undescribed species of section Vaginatae; and none of the above names would apply.

Very best,

Rod

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