Collection location: Umstead State Park, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA [Click for map]
Another of these somewhat chestnut-like Amanita specimens this one rather pale.
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I appreciate your effort on this unusual species.
for another like it, as this was the month for it — I’ll see if I can get another of these with the striations all mascara’d in! :)
I can see this design and these colors in a ladies gown!
I’ll see if I see it again! Will get you a specimen if possible.
There is no dark brown in the case of “sp-21.” The latter has a cap that is multiply zonate, with olivaceous as the most central color as well as in a band between two off-cream regions between the center and the edge. That kind of patterning is often associated with a Euroasian species called A. umbrinolutea. There are several taxa with this patterning in the eastern U.S. The one with palest coloration that I know of is “sp-21.”
I was just studying your list and it appears to me that you do have this one in your list: Amanita sp-21 Tulloss cryptonom. temp
your fancy new dryer.
I’ll keep my eyes open for another, sir!
If I run across it my fancy new dryer will produce a specimen for you! :)
I’m pretty sure this is unique. I’ve never seen anything like it so far as I can remember.
I would be very interested in obtaining dried material of this mushroom.
I must have missed this when it was first posted.
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