Notes: In the same area as a bunch of Amanita velosa.
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you (and I) are experienced observers.
the more points that a delicious edible vs a deadly species have in common, the more ways that ID can go wrong.
it’s not about the best of us … it’s about the least of us.
anyone can learn how … it is keeping folks alive until then that worries me!
an annulus, a bulbous base with a veil with thin material and a non-straite cap margin. It doesn’t look like velosa at all. :) I think the only question that remains is how many destroying angels CA has?
it gets especially creepy when your ocreata has an orange cap, or your velosa is white!
this is why I have no patience with folks who say “velosas are easy to ID (for the table).”
true, until it isn’t.
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