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Amanita farinacea

The cap of Amanita farinacea is about 60 - 75 mm wide, whitish  plano-convex, with margin slightly incurved with a nonsulcate, appendiculate margin.  The center has remnants of the volva; and the margin has thin,  crust-like areas. 

The gills are crowded, free, moderately broad, white, and becoming yellowish.

The stem is about 70 - 100 × 12 mm, equal, white, fibrillose with a rather thick,  volval rim atop of a subglobose bulb.

 

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Amanita farinacea (Amanita farinacea) at Tura Beach, NSW - 31 Mar 2017 Amanita farinacea (Amanita farinacea) at Wolumla, NSW - 17 Feb 2011
Amanita farinacea (Amanita farinacea) at Tura Beach, NSW - 31 Mar 2017
Amanita farinacea (Amanita farinacea) at Wolumla, NSW - 17 Feb 2011

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