This phalloides has been fruiting in abundance in Frink Park, Seattle, for at least one month when I first noticed it.
It is growing under big leaf maple, with pacific madrones, red alder, and cedar relatively nearby.
There is only 1 oak tree in the entire park, and it is not near the phalloides.
A survey of the park is available online, showing a map and different “zones” of the park based on history and tree species (look under section 4, forest plan): http://www.frinkpark.org/conceptplan/index.htm
This phalloides is growing in zone 1 of the park where no oaks occur. Best host guess is a hazelnut shrub, corylus cornuta.
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