Collection location: De Berry, Texas, USA [Click for map]
Growing in a “Picnic Area” off Hwy 79. Habitat probably pine.
Caps up to 8.9 cm across surface of cap.
Spores ~ 11.0-14.0 X 10.0-13.0 microns, subglobose.
Q(avg) = 1.08
Could be something like RET’s Amanita sp-T44.
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We have received the dried specimen and it is being accessioned for our herbarium. Thank you very much.
This might be unique. I agree that “sp-T44” approaches the spore size.
It’s nice to know that your back in Texas for a little while.