Notes: Found in grass by Dauer Hall. It rained heavily right before I took these photos—the caps were wet.
Some photos show a faint pink tint (probably reflecting my dress) which wasn’t present in person.
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Thanks for your input as always, Rod.
The standing limb around the stem, the size of the fruiting bodies, the presence of volva on the cap, the geographic locality, etc. suggest that these might be Amanita limbatula. I can’t be sure.
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