Collection location: Magoebaskloof, Boscobel, Limpopo, South Africa [Click for map]
Who: Liz Popich (Lizzie)
Medium size, pale-yellow cap, white stalk, viscid (damp conditions), volva, growing under pines.
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In my first comment, I assumed that there was a bulb there; however, after looking at the photo with the bulb in the distance, I think I need a better understanding of the bulb’s presence or absence. Also, do you have a pictue of the fruiting body in cross-section?
Since the species appears with pines, it might have been introduced with the tree hosts. In general, it looks like some illustrations of Amanita gemmata of Europe. I would be interested in taking a look at your material or a portion of it.
Created: 2017-10-30 22:09:04 PDT (-0700)
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