Growing under oak, the yellowish/light brownish stains on the stipe are from clay soil that was on my hands when I picked this specimen.
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I think we’ve had this posted quite recently. Maybe you posted it, W (image 44642)? I’m seeing something like it from a person in Georgia who contacted me directly (not through MO). It’s pictured with a little information in the New Jersey Pine Barrens picturebook/checklist on the Amanita Studies site:
My guess is that is related to the pantherinoid group. It’s a bit like A. mulitsquamosa.
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