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Alright thank you, I appreciate it a lot!!
But you had it in your hands. The yellow stem is very unusual for any of the muscaria-like taxa. In your area, if this was in the muscaria group, it would be what is currently called Amanita muscaria var. guessowii.
I think you could take a look at the two descriptions wellsii and var. guessowii and make your choice.
Here’s the page for var. guessowii:
I see what you are saying about the ribbing on the cap. Possible change- Amanita muscaria?
Were you collecting in an area with poplars or birches and blueberries? This very large for __parcivolvata_, also. Too bad you don’t have it on hand any more. If it didn’t ever have a partial veil, I think a good bet would be A. wellsii. It’s been mistaken for parcivolvata by collectors in northern states of the U.S. in the past.
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