Notes: This specimen was found about 50 yards from Observation 4307. It’s cap is a little darker yellow-orange than the previous specimen but appears to retain most of the macroscopic and microscopic characteristics. However, this specimen was growing in a line with 3 other Amanitas that I would call typical west coast Amaniata vaginatas. A photograph is included of one of them. This raises the question of whether these are just some type of color variant.
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I can’t find any record in the herbarium coming from Brookings.
I’d like to know more about this and the nearby, similar-looking collection. Also, I’d like to know what spore measurements you obtained, etc.
Very best, Rod
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