Notes: Orleans, Cape Cod, MA in moss on a pond shoreline. Closest mycorrhizal tree a pitch pine. Red Maples closest tree (not mycorrhizal) Cap 5cm (2.5in) across. No bruising, staining, or odor.
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this is the time of year when we find morrisii in the NJ pine barrens.
The moist habitat and the locality suggest Amanita morrisii. This has a distinctively narrow partial veil with an underside that ranges from beige to pale orangish buff. The combination of those two characters in the Validae of eastern North America is unique so far as I know.
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