When: 2017-11-06

Collection location: Langdon Park, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire, USA [Click for map]

Who: Kelly B (keb1066)

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Thanks, Rod
By: Thomas Stoughton (Tstou10)
2017-12-08 16:19:42 +03 (+0300)

Yes, I’ll contact you first before sending material to see what you think and whether you’re interested. Thanks for your help with these interesting agarics!

I am very interested in seeing some specific material and resolving some problems.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2017-12-08 07:54:24 +03 (+0300)

Please contact me about amanita posts from classes and let me be a little picky with regard to material sent to me. I can get snowed under very easily. :)

Very best,


Hi, Rod
By: Thomas Stoughton (Tstou10)
2017-12-08 07:39:06 +03 (+0300)

I think this is the same mushroom passed around and photographed by different people. I don’t remember finding this, although this was obviously a class field trip of mine (explaining multiple postings). Unfortunately, I don’t think any of the students retained an herbarium specimen associated with this observation.

We’ll keep you in mind for the next gaggle of Amanita we come across!

In this photo, it is difficult to see the striations on the cap margin.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2017-12-08 07:31:37 +03 (+0300)

On the other hand, the stem seems to lack a bulb. Did this same mushroom get posted more than once using different peoples’ pictures?

Does anyone have a dried specimen?

Very best,

Rod Tulloss

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