Observation 210736: Amanita subsect. Solitariae Bas
When: 2015-07-18
No herbarium specimen

Notes: > These big, clunky and ugly young “Lepidellas” severely damaged by insects/slugs were collected at the NJMA foray.
> The closest species the habit of these evoked was A. canescens, but the salmon-orange fibers on stipe were not immediately detected.
> Odor was nil.
> The underside of the partial veil was connected to the stem by a dense growth of strut-like fibers (see pix).
> The stems were very thick — the width of the ID tag is ~ 7 cm.
> The spore print could not be obtained — the gills folded to the side.

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