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but when fresh, at least, this one should smell like chloride of lime, a sharp and quite distinctive odor. the rooting stipe that you dug up is also characteristic. it’s a beautiful little amanita, and a pleasure to find; thanks for sharing.
I don’t remember them smelling like ham, and I think a distinctive odor like that would have left a lasting impression.
Edit: I should add that the last picture was taken 10 days later in a different location. In that patch of mushrooms I dug one up completely and saw that the bulb had an elongated base that extended about 2" below ground.
Did it smell like ham?
I dug out as much of the bulb as I could without damaging it. The soil was a bit sandy.
and this one sure looks like Amanita onusta.
smallish? radicating stipe? Kind of a cool black and white color?
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