Collection location: Big Thicket National Preserve, Polk Co., Texas, USA [Click for map]
Single fb with cap 5.9 cm across and stipe 11.0 cm long.
Looks like base volva was quite friable.
Spores not amyloid and ~ 9.0-12.1 X 8.0-11.4 microns(11 measured) and mostly subglobose.
Not much to go on here(?).
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As more data develops, we’ll see where it goes.
You’re welcome, as always.
Amanita “sp-T23” does look like a definite “could be” at this point.
I was a little lazier than usual on the spore measurements for this one, not making a real good slide on the first try and just going with a few.
Still a little low, but we could consider sp-T23 perhaps. Spore length seems OK.
See tabular spore size/shape key in this checklist:
Maybe there is something that can be done.
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