Cap margin grooved. This aspect was barely detectable to the naked eye, as well as with a loupe. The photo seems to have caught the light and shadow just right to highlight the grooves.
Stipe base with abrupt marginate volva.
Spores globose and inamyloid.
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It’s a real nice specimen. I’ll send it for inclusion in the NJ collection if desired. Also, I’ve got a spore print, so I can test for amyloidity just to be sure it’s not a flavoconia.
This is according to Rod’s website. I have to ask John B. if this amanita is on the NJMA species list.
The few times I have found frostiana, it has been near oak.
…in your neck of the woods? I am yet to find this one in NJ.
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