Collection location: Manasquan Reservoir Environmental Center, New Jersey, USA [Click for map]
Very small fruit-bodies; the larger one is no bigger than 4.5 cm.
This material is in the hands of R.E.T.
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The volval collar on the upper part of the bulb does appear redder than I remember. Same issue as with the other amanita you commented on — the sunset sun & the flash “polluting” the image with longer wavelengths. At least the partial veil under the cap still looks the original color.
Wishing you a quick recovery from the March on Washington bug.
The voval warts were also a purer yellow. Before they went into the dryer, I thought they would be sp-36.
Then I got a bad cold and sore throat that I apparently brought home on the bus from the March on Washington memorial marh on Friday.
So I have no new information for you.
The collection site is in the northern range of the NJ Pine Barrens.
growth in sand, I take it?