Observation 159770: Amanita Pers.

When: 2010-08-10

Collection location: Pinery Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada [Click for map]

Who: Gary Yankech

No specimen available

Images

FPP 080410 Amanita multisquamosa.jpg

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Thanks….
By: Gary Yankech
2014-02-15 21:23:00 EST (-0500)

Thanks for the tips Dave and Ross! I’ll keep them in mind for future reference.

I second David’s comments.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2014-02-15 16:57:41 EST (-0500)

Also, this cap color would be a bit unusual for multisquamosa.

If there were a globose bulb on the bottom of the stem, you might want to check these thoughts:

If there there were a funnel-shaped partial veil on the stem of this mushroom, then I’d suggest you check Amanita velatipes as a possibility.

If there were no partial veil on the stem, then I’d suggest checking Amanita sp-S01.

http://www.amanitaceae.org?Amanita_velatipes

http://www.amanitaceae.org?Amanita_sp-S01

Very best,

Rod Tulloss

Gary, when hoping to ID amanitas based upon visual traits…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2014-02-15 16:49:23 EST (-0500)

information about the stipe (stalk) base is important. So carefully excavating a specimen is advised. Also, a good straight-on view of the cap surface is helpful, to see the extent of any marginal striations.

I suppose the same suggestions apply to lots of types of mushrooms. But when it comes to amanitas, it is often the case that the base of the stipe is buried.