Collection location: Peachtree City, Georgia, USA [Click for map]
It’s obviously in sect Caesaraea, and figured it out by looking at Amanitaceae.org I’m open to corrections.
Found at the corner of Floy Farr Pkwy and Willow Bend road in Peachtree City GA.
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I put them in with my stir-fry. Kind of a light texture, very pleasant, 10/10 would eat again.
But I do plan on it. This is the most I’ve found of any of the sect Caesareae at once. I’d have taken a picture in situ, but I initnially spotted them while stuck at a stop light headed home from the park. My initial thought what “hey, look, jacksonii!” but on closer inspection arkansana seems to be a bette rfit.
Have you eaten these, Ian? If so, how were they?
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