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The yellow center of the disc suggests that either the yellow pigment did not develop as it should or was washed out by rain. I have seen specimens that were covered with leaves and only had the area struck by sunlight turn yellow. Hence, I suggest A. amerimuscaria (yellow variant) as a probable name.
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