Notes: Was with the leaders of the Pikes Peak Mycol Soc who have no records (over several decades of collecting on Pikes Peak) of a light colored Amanita from section Caesareae (which was the presumed group). Could be sect Validae due to ring and coloration. Only one specimen found in condition shown. Base was not found. Mushroom was one of many different species of mushrooms strewn about the ground in what appeared to be a squirrel feeding frenzy. Not much to go on with this photo but I do have dried material.
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or anything else on this one yet. (Plus was frustrated as it was the only specimen of its kind, of course.) It did get dried right away, but came back with me with a big load of stuff from CO and KS, and I’m only now getting a chance to sort through things and post images on MO etc. Thanks Rod! -B
that the species probably had inamyloid spores.
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