Notes: soft, delicate gills
farinaceous & (unpleasant) mushroomy? odor.
taste towards the cucumber end of farinaceous.
fb’s were very wet inside.
stuffed, snapping stem.
slightly enlarged stem bases.
gills drying yellowish.
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but all of the observations were in artificially watered areas.
There’s no reason to assume that only one section of Limacella exists in southern California. This material has no membranous annulus that I can see; hence, if it is a Limacella, then it wouldn’t be in section Amanitellae (which has a membranous, non-slimey partial veil and a dry stem). However, it is amazing to me that you are finding such taxa in the current drought. Are you getting rain?
When these are fully dried, I’ll send you material you’d like, from any of the now 4 observations of this.
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