Observation 68327: Amanita multisquamosa Peck

Notes:
Growing in a group of two, from soil, under a Pinus virginiana, in mixed forest.

Pileus:
3.3-5cm broad,
Nearly plane to edges being upturned , white with a faint creamy yellow area in the center, with white warts, marginally striate (60-100mm)

Lamellae:
Free, sub-crowded, white

Stipe:
4.8-7cm long, .4-.5cm wide, bulb: .8-1.2cm wide
Equal w/ bulbous base, white with white superior annulus, slightly flaring upward or adhered to stipe, solid

Smell:
Earthy to not much of a smell at all.

Specimen in personal herbarium.

Images

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Proposed Names

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Thanks!
By: Matt Sherman (Shermanii)
2011-05-30 19:24:56 EDT (-0400)

Thank you for the sp. name!

Bulb in third image…
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2011-05-30 14:49:53 EDT (-0400)

seems to have a cothurnate volva (pantherinoid). Size, color of cap, long striations on cap, cothurnate volval remnants on top of bulb, skirt pulled up at first,… all suggest A. mutlisquamosa.

Rod

Created: 2011-05-30 12:19:34 EDT (-0400)
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