Notes: This small white amanita was found right after the Ashville 2004 NAMA Foray so I was unable to get any help in iding. It’s still a mystery. The cap was about 2 cm across and the stem about 4cm X 0.35cm. Only managed to get a few spores which were smallish and almost globose. Yhe gills were fairly widely spaced.
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While the bulb is not nearly as abrupt as usual, the thick edged partial veil with fibers connecting the underside to the stipe, the proportionately large and pyramidal warts on the cap, what appear to be white pseudorhizae on the base of the bulb, and your report of nearly globose spores suggests Amanita abrupta. This is a species with a rather larger range in North America. It is one of the few lepidellas that have a history of being found in southern Canada.
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