Collection location: Forest near Elgin St., Pembroke, Ontario, Canada [Click for map]
Zone 09 yielded up this small brown amanita. It seems a bit dried out and appears to have a thin annulus on the upper stipe (so much for A. vaginata); cup at base but I was unable to get a photograph of it without destroying it, because the area had been nibbled on by something.
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It’s too tall and thin to be A. phalloides, and lacks the broad flaring ring. Perhaps you meant it might be from section phalloideae? As I said before, in trying to get the base up and photograph it it fell apart, though there was definitely universal veil material down there.
This was a little guy, 1.5cm high cap maybe with five cm stipe.
did you get it all up? bulbous base? thin membranous universal veil?
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