Collection location: Jasper Co., Missouri, USA [Click for map]
Under large oaks. Has opened since last night. Last photo shows some brown or light purple coloration on the stipe. Unidentified smell. Maybe a little bit of a mushroom smell? Does not smell bad.
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The warts seem to be brown, tan and white. The veil has fallen away and is almost gone now. Unable to raise fibrils with fingernail. What scrapes off turn light brown or tan and same for fibrils seen with my loupe (10X). This specimen is available.
I think I see that in the first image.
If that is the case, try rubbing the stipe lightly with a clean thumb or finger and see if the fibrils you raise be come pinkish or orangish yellow.
If so, those are good characters for A. canescens.