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Im unsure, these were fruiting near each other some were 2 feet away at the most so it could be a mixed collection. I just said cokeri because of the color and shape of the warts, im no Amanita expert.
I don’t think that all these photographs represent the same species.
I’d suggest Amanita sp. 5 for 15713.
15715 (with apparent double annulus) is probably either A. cokeri or A. species 5.
When the bulb is missing, it’s really very difficult to “do” a Lepidella.
15714 is neither of the above.
For lepidellas, close-ups of cap warts are very valuable diagnostic shots.
Note to the administrator: According to the list of names of authors of fungi, the standard form of Gilbert’s name has a hyphen between the initials…i.e., “E.-J.”