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The thimble is fragile in populiphila and thin (but not too friable) in “rooseveltensis”.
considering the audience! I meant the basal volval remnants, and the fact that it comes off in a thimble-shaped all of a piece.
reminds me of A. populiphila.
The shovel was a good idea.
I will watch for it. I actually dug this one up with a shovel because I suspected it might be an Amanita and the ground was so hard I was pretty sure the stem would break if I just tried to pull it up. I picked the clay soil away from the sac to get the photos.
Best wishes, Penny
The spore should not be globose…more like ellipsoid.
If I am write about the possible ID, then it will reappear after good rains under the oak tree…several times during this summer. Sometimes, its stem will very easily separate from the little volval sac.
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