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One of our Missouri A. jacksonii has a pure yellow stalk, with no orange decoration on it, as this one does. We’ll eventually have some names for all of these variants. http://images.mushroomobserver.org/orig/549799.jpg
I get that you are new. but your obsie is a nexus for amanita talk. That way, we all learn something. ;)
I just try to know more mushrooms, especially edible mushrooms.
but who knows what all we have out there?
jacksonii, banningiana, and possibly one or more undocumented species. Here’s a recent post of mine that I had originally believed to be jacksonii obs 208661 . Rod Tulloss suggested otherwise, based upon the red/yellow bicolor scheme seen on the caps. The ones in this post (210268) look like possibly the same species.
We also get a few less-showy Caesars… spreta (which I actually haven’t IDed but have seen on MO), pachysperma (small, grayish), virginiana (small grayish).
are found in PA?
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