Observation 7412: Amanita calyptroderma G.F. Atk. & V.G. Ballen

When: 2008-04-25

Collection location: Oak Bottom Campground, Siskiyou Co., California, USA [Click for map]

Who: John Harlan (harlanx6)

No specimen available

Notes:
Notes: Uniformly light yellow cap 7"d with one substantial patch of whits veil tissue. Stem very stout, 1 11/16" d, 6" h, whitish with large thick vulva, but no bulb,with skirtlike annulus under cap. Gills whitish, nearly free. Associated with a large Douglas fir. Small mosquito like flies buzzing around the underside.

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Recognized by sight: Or whatever we are currently calling the spring coccora.
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