Notes: An interesting off-white/cream-colored Amanita, sect. Lepidella, found at NJMA foray and brought in by an unidentified member. Unknown habitat — the park woods are mostly deciduous, but have coniferous sections (cedar, white pine and norway spruce). A well defined bulb with a small “root”; no ring; non-striate and non-appendiculate cap margin (probably washed off by the rain); the cap cuticle appears to sport remains of the univeral veil; no odor; and, most interstingly, finely serrated gill edges — is the latter aspect common in this section or this is rather unique?
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