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Notes:
This small amanita was found under birch with oak nearby. The yellow cap on several specimens ranged from 7-8cm in diameter with a darker UV remnants toward the center. The stipes ranged from 12-18 cm long with a yellow PV, and a white basal bulb with yellow UV remnants forming a ring above the bulb. The spores were weakly amyloid with a Q value of 1.38-1.56. The odor was not remarkable. I found larger specimens of a very similar mushroom in the same area last year.

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Proposed Names

84% (1)
Recognized by sight
Used references: Amanitacea
Based on microscopic features: Spores ellipsoid ranging from 8.5-10.2×5.5-6.5 microns
Based on chemical features: weakly amyloid

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Thanks for the input.
By: Liz Broderick (Liz Broderick)
2021-08-01 17:23:00 CDT (-0400)

Thanks Rod!

In Clayton Park! We’ll need to go take a look there.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2021-07-31 14:32:23 CDT (-0400)

Since levistriata has not been found in New Jersey, my guess is that this is more likely to be Amanitasp-57.”

http://www.amanitaceae.org?Amanita%20sp-57

Also, one could compare

http://www.amanitaceae.org?Amanita%20sp-N50

Very best,

Rod