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You can see a bit of membranous material at the base of the largest specimen; looks like some sort of membranous volva. I didn’t collect these, but Jay may have more info on them. He was on the foray to Panthertown that came up with a number of interesting, last-chance amanitas.
What I want to know is WHAT WAS GOING ON AT THE BOTTOM OF THOSE LONG STEMS? I have seen my “species 9” in Great Smokey Mtn. Nat. Pk. It is deeply rooting, but I’ve never seen a striate margin on it, and it doesn’t have a patch on the cap. What the heck is going on here???