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Thanks for calling my attention to this post. Yes, I would be interested in seeing the material as you offered.
The lamellulae are rounded attenuate which suggests that there is a chance that the spores amyloid. A pigmented virgate pileus and a distinct bulb without an apparent volval limb might then suggest section Validae, but of course I’m an outlander…
I don’t have a more definite suggestion at the moment.
Very nice pictures. I think that that’s a sterile margin on the cap rather than a pefect curtain of partial or universal veil. Sterile margins occur in Amanita; so that could be what I’m looking at in your pictures.
I hope your season turns out well.
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