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I didn’t collect this Amanita, so I cannot comment on the original colors or the habitat. As a matter of fact I was foraying at a different location that day and only became aware of this collection a few hours later following my return to the camp. I knew this was something no one would be able to ID to species, so it was actually never processed by our recorders. I took possession of this material, snapped a few pix and stuck it into Roy Halling’s dryer. The same can be said about the other three amanitas from Mt Everett I saved for you and posted on MO.
Did you happen to notice the color on the base of the stem before it turned red-orange-brown?
Created: 2015-09-09 10:16:19 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2015-09-09 10:20:52 PDT (-0700)
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