Collection location: Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]
Mixed hardwood woods.
No strong odor. Mild ‘ham’ odor now that you mention it.
It has a ‘taproot’ structure that is cut off in the picture but was only a few millimeters longer.
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James, Amanita phalloides lacks warts on the cap and has a definite saccate volva. It also is olivaceous green. Your Amanita is in the section of Amanita containing many difficult to identify species. Several of these have an odor of chlorine or of ham.
Created: 2008-09-02 00:15:36 BST (+0100)
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