Observation 191136: Amanita flavorubescens G.F. Atk.
When: 2014-09-08

Notes: This fungus was found in a black and red oak woods under plenty of shade and with the coverage of leaves.

It had no distinct smell.

The pileus of this fungus was 8.2 cm in diameter, and it was yellow in color. It had an areolate surface and a smooth margin. The overall shape of this fungus was depressed, and the inside of it was white.

Its gills were adnate with an even margin, and they were white. From the stipe, they were 3.4 cm long, and they were 1 mm wide. They were spaced apart about 2 mm. There were regular lamellae at the edge of the pileus that were approximately 1-2 cm long.

This fungus had a single-edged, white annulus.

The stipe of this fungus was central and smooth. It was 10.7 cm long and 1.2 cm wide. The overall shape of the stipe was bulbous, and the inside of it was stuffed. Both the inside and outside of the stipe was white, rosey pink, and tan.

This fungus had a napiform shaped bulb, and remnants of a volva were located on top of its pileus.

Its spore print was white, and the spores were round and ovoid. They ranged from 8.4-11.8 × 5.4-6.2 micrometers.

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Recognized by sight
Used references: Mushrooms of the Midwest by Michael Kuo and Andrew S. Methven
Based on microscopic features: Spores

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