Collection location: Sam Houston National Forest, Montgomery Co., Texas, USA [Click for map]
Growing in mixed woods, but primarily pine.
Cap 5.8 cm across with striations up to 10mm long.
Spore print thin but appeared to be white and not amyloid.
Few spores measured but most were in the 9-11 micron range, globose and smooth.
Amanita sp-T36 (Rod Tulloss) looked to be close but spores more subglobose(?).
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and somewhat stronger marginal striations. I expect that we will start to get DNA from the “sp-Txx” series mushrooms later this year. At that time, I hope that I’ll have more data than I presently have on the WAO site.
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