Notes:
Found at Eastern Penn Mushroomers club foray. Person who found was a non-member, therefore, I have no way of contacting to ask about specific habitat information. Most of area is deciduous with lots of oak in particular.

Dried specimen is available as is a slide heavily coated with spores.

Cap: 7 cm (not fully mature), smooth, dry, tan with blotches of red, striate margin; (heavy rains previous 2 days may have contributed to lack of patches. Several other normally patchy Amanitas lacked usual amounts of patch decoration).
Flesh: thin, white.
Gills: cream white, close, unattached.
Stem: 20 cm x 1-1.5 cm, solid, cream white at apex gradually redenning towards base, striate.
Bulb: 2 cm
Veil: skirtlike, hanging from apex of stem.
Spores: 7-5.5 μm x 3.5-4.5 μm, elliptic, smooth, hyaline.

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