Notes: This has to be one of the smallest amanitas that I know.
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to have Rod at the COMA foray this past weekend, we had a great collection of amanitas and thank to Rod we had names (or numbers) for them.
When I was down in CT two weeks ago I saw another small amanita, A. farinosa but we didn’t find it last weekend.
A. pachysperma was a nice find, I don’t see it often. We also had A. subsolitaria which is rare in central CT.
I reached into my pocket to see if I had anything to add for scale and found this penny. (it was from 1947)
Most of the time I don’t add anything for scale unless it’s very large or small…
I’ve ever seen. I’m curious Noah: do you always carry a wheat-backed cent to add scale to photos? Last one of those I found in change was several months ago.
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