Observation 71344: Amanita Pers.

When: 2011-05-28

Collection location: Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]

Who: John Plischke (John Plischke)

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the collection
By: John Plischke (John Plischke)
2011-07-12 01:38:30 UTC (+0000)

I only saw the one collection. Its at someone elses spot that showed me the area and said it gets so many different strange amanitas. I did not scope them. Hopefully I will get a chance to hunt there next year a lot.

Yeah, the large abrupt bulb
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2011-07-11 11:54:33 UTC (+0000)

is what leads one away from velatipes. I just reviewed a few of the other white gemmed yellowish panthers … russuloides, gemmata… and neither of these appears to fit for the same reason.

Are the spores amyloid? Do young specimens sometimes exhibit a ring?

By: walt sturgeon (Mycowalt)
2011-07-11 03:38:52 UTC (+0000)

is one of the first species to occur in the spring. It also fruits in Sept. It is not velatipes. The bulb is not booted and is bulbous. I was taught that it was A. gemmata but it’s not that either.

I’ve been seeing an awful lot
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2011-07-11 02:51:51 UTC (+0000)

of velatipes here in eastern PA, occasionally with the rings eroded away or washed off by the rain. But the ones seen in this obs look to have basal bulbs that are too large and abrupt to be a panther type.

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