Not sure if I’ve found this small Amanita before so I have saved it in case it is of interest (there are better photos to upload when I get home). The specimens are pretty immature but I’m trying to open up the largest of them. We saw a squirrel taking one of the mature caps – presumably to eat.
In situ photos show best color. The little button had been partially dried before I sectioned it to show the white partial veil and hollow stem.

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Recognized by sight: Pale yellow sticky cap with lined
margin, white partial veil but no ring (may be remnant on one specimen), bulb, thick whitish volva, radish odor, on ground under maple, birch, hemlock and balsam fir
Used references: Amanita Studies website

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