Amanita calyptroderma
commonname "Coco"

Posted on Yahoo Mushroom Site 11/14/16 by Vad V.
Seen at Montery Market

Note Striations at edge of cap
and white patch on top of cap

--- Scroll Down for More Pictures and Info __-

Click Here to see a picture and description on mykoweb

From mykoweb:
Amanita calyptroderma is recognized by a combination of characters:
an orange-brown cap (in the typical form), with a thick white universal veil patch
and conspicuously striate margin, hollow stipe, and a thick white volva cup which stands erect from stipe.

Click Here for info from Bay Area Myco Society

From Michael Beug:
Remember, there are old mushroom hunters,
there are bold mushroom hunters,
but there are no old bold mushroom hunters.

The follow comparison is from the Cascade Mycological Society

Click Here to go to web site of Cascade Mycological Society

Posted by Sandra Patton

You can send a comment to
Elmer by clicking on the link below

Click Here if you would like to
send a comment to Elmer

Click on a thumbnail to enlarge