Collection location: Stockbridge, Henry Co., Georgia, USA [Click for map]
Growing on edge of mixed-pine woods. Cap strongly striate, grayish volva remnants. Stipe membranous/felty. Base without bulb. Spores are smooth, globose to slightly subglobose; infrequently truncated. 6.4-10.8 × 6-10
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Put this under the microscope again with higher magnification and some oil/again, my description should be disregarded. Spores are globose, infrequently ovoid.
Amanita spores don’t usually have any “corners”. They usually have a more flattened area near the apiculus. This is common to spores of any basidiomycetes that are ejected from the basidium. A picture would really help me.
That should be ready for you shortly. And by truncated, I mean an abruptly flattened base on the spore. Disclaimer: I’m a true novice
I don’t think I understand.
We’ve found quite a few of these now. It would be interesting to get DNA from this lady.
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