Notes: Looks like “old species 17” is a good possibility. The one difference between the ones in the collection and the o-s 17 that regularly occurs in a different area of my property is that the volva is not friable on the ones seen in this obs.
Mowed path with young oaks nearby.
Preserved for study.
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Alternative Name: Amanita vaginata group
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I think the fourth photo best represents the color.
The color of these is similar to o-s 17, but not quite so lustrous/metalic as the o-s 17 I collect on my lawn. The ones in this obs grow in an area that gets significantly more shade than the o-s 17 spot.
Which shot or shots would you say is the best representative of the material?
The cap in some shots is way to pallid and cream-like for “old species 17.”
Sorry for the brevity. I’m really getting into a heavy work load with NEMF and Eagle Hill both coming up in September.
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