Observation 147453: Amanita vaginata (BULL.) VITT.
When: 2013-09-15
(49.468° 75.468° 610m)
No herbarium specimen

Notes: White grisette, поплавок серый или толкачик.
Light-gray fragile mushroom (almost white, weakly bluish in wet weather). Cap: 4-10cm, bell-shaped, smooth, convex up to flat with a small central knob, margin radially grooved, because skin is transparent. Old dry cap became brownish-gray or brownish-white. Flesh is white. Gills free, close to almost distant, white. Odor is weak and pleasant. Stalk: 8-16cm long, white 1.0-2cm thick, enlarged weakly down. Lower part of stalk has a sag-like veil. Partial veil is loose and rare. Mushroom is edible as light-brown and light-yellow kinds.

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