Group of white Amanita growing in the same area. I’m not sure if they are all the same species, but any help with identification is much appreciated. I was thinking they looked like Destroying Angels (Amanita bisporigera), but I am FAR from an expert on this matter. They were found growing on a ridge-side in a dense mixed hardwood forest in Northwest Georgia (Gordon County). The tallest specimen is white-capped with a skirt-like annulus near the top of a white stalk. Fertile surface is white with frequent short gills. The medium-size specimen appears younger but has the beginnings of the “skirt” mentioned in the previous specimen. I apologize for the smaller specimen being damaged (I’m pretty sure I left a piece of the basal bulb/volva in the ground). Spore prints were white


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