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Amanita flavescens

Amanita flavescens (E.-J. Gilbert & S. Lundell) Contu 1988

 

a smallish yet rather typical representative of this relatively new species, growing near a mesotrophic moor under Betula pendula in mixed, predominantly coniferous forest. These creamy-yellow, pale Amanitas with shaggy stems used to be registered as Amanita crocea, which they don't even resemble really.

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Taken on August 18, 2010