Name: Amanita brunnescens
Author: G.F. Atk.
Citation: Proc. Am. philos. Soc. 57: 354 (1918)
Synonym(s):Amanita brunnescens var. brunnescens
Commonly known as the Cleft-foot Amanita or the Brown Blusher, Amanita brunnescens is common mycorrhizal basidiomycete fungus in the eastern hardwood forests of North America. It is recognized by the brown staining flesh and it’s bulbous stipe. The bulb frequently has vertical splits (clefts) in it. The cap color varies from white to brown. The stipe is generally white or whitish often with brown stains.
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