Ring on stem Mushrooms identifications

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Total mushrooms fount: 208

Poisonous/Suspect
Amanita onusta (Howe) Sace. Cap 2.5-10.5cm across, convex to flatter or concave with a low, broad umbo and veil remnants hanging from the margin; whitish to pale gray; slightly sticky when moist, otherwise dry with dark brownish-gray warts of volval material which become woolly on the margin. Gills free to just adnexed, close; whitish to creamy yellow. Stem 35-155x6-15mm, solid, tapering slightly toward the top; gray or brownish gray toward the base, paler toward the top; finely hairy to woolly; a delicate, whitish to creamy-gray ring that usually falls away; deeply or sinuously radicating, slender basal bulb has brownish-gray warts and downward-curving scales of volval material on it and the lower stem. Flesh whitish to pale gray. Odor often of chloride of lime. Spores broadly ellipsoid, amyloid, 9-12 x 5.2-7?. Deposit white. Habitat singly or in groups on the ground in mixed coniferous and deciduous forests. Locally quite common. Found in eastern north. America. Season August-September. Possibly poisonous -avoid.
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Amanita jacksonii Pomerleau, formally refered to as America Amanita caesaria and other names. Cap 80-120mm. strong bright red, with marked striations. Stem 80-140 x 10-15mm., yellow or orange, marked with lighter patches, with a distinct floppy ring. The volva is lage and firm when young later floppy.Gills yellow or with a hint of orange. Spores white 7.5-10 x 5.8-7.5 (8.5)um. Found in wastern Canada and easten USA, in oak and pine woods. Also present in Japan see the pictures that have been sent in.
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Amanita gemmata (Fr.) Gillet syn. A. junquillea Qu?l. syn. Amanitopsis adnata (W. G. Smith) Sacc. Jewelled Amanita, Amanite ? pierreries, Zitronengelber Knollenbl?tterpilz, Amanita giunchiglia, Narcisamaniet, S?rga gal?ca. Cap 5?7cm across, flattened convex, pale yellow with more ochre centre, covered in snow-white patches of veil remnants, margin striate. Stem 70?100 x 10?14mm, white with pale yellow flush, with a large basal bulb encased in a short thin volva. Flesh white, flushed pale yellow in the stem. Smell faint. Gills adnexed, white. Spore print white. Spores ovoid ? subglobose, nonamyloid, 8.5?9 x 7?7.5?. Habitat in coniferous woods. Season spring to autumn. Very rare. Deadly poisonous causing symptoms as in A. pantherina poisoning. Distribution, America and Europe.
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Amanita frostiana (Pk.) Sacc. Cap 2-8cm across, convex becoming flat with a fairly distinctly lined margin; bright orange, slightly darker at the disc; smooth, sticky when moist, and dotted with yellow or cream cottony patches of volval material, becoming woolly toward the margin. Gills free, close; white. Stem 47-62 x 4-11 mm, stuffed, tapering slightly toward the top; white to yellowish, slightly hairy, a yellowish, drooping ring that sometimes falls off in age; a white oval-shaped basal bulb with yellowish, cottony patches of volval material on it and the lower stem. Flesh off-white, yellowish. Spores globose, nonamyloid, 7-10.2 x 7-10.2?. Deposit white. Habitat singly or in small groups on the ground in mixed woods or under conifers. Rare. Found in eastern North America. Season August. Not edible avoid many Amanitas contain toxins some deadly.
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Amanita flavoconia Atkinson Yellow Patches Cap 3-7cm across, ovoid at first, then expanding to convex or flat with umbo; bright yellow to orange, with small bright yellow veil fragments loosely spread over surface; margin of cap without radial grooves. Gills free or slightly adnexed, crowded; white or with faint flush of yellow. Stem 50-100 X 5-15mm, white to yellow, with swollen basal bulb, covered on lower half with yellow floccose-crumbly veil fragments; with membranous white or yellow ring. Flesh white, unchanging. Odor slight, pleasant. Spores ovate-elliptic, smooth, amyloid, 7-8(9) x 4.5-5?. Deposit white. Habitat in mixed woods. Very common. Found in most of eastern North America. Season July-October. Edibility uncertain - best avoided. Comment Most likely to be confused with the much rarer Amanita frostiana, which differs in its striate cap margin, nonamyloid, globose spores, and often marginate basal bulb of stem. My third pictures shows a very white bleached form.
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Amanita crenulata Pk. Cap 2.5-5.5cm across, convex then flat with a lined margin; grayish buff, tinged yellow with age; smooth; dotted with pallid cottony volval patches. Gills free or just reaching the stem, crowded; white. Stem 25-70 x9-11 mm, somewhat tapering upward with a large ovoid basal bulb; white; ring delicate becoming evanescent; woolly with volval remnants near the bulb. Flesh white staining slightly yellow. Odor slight. Spores globose to broadly ellipsoid, nonamyloid, 7.9-12.6 x 6.3-11.7?. Deposit white. Habitat on the ground in mixed woods. Uncommon. Found in northeastern North American. Poisonous.
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Amanita calyptrata Pk. new syn. Amanita calyptroderma Cap 7.5-26cm across, convex, then broadly convex to flatter with a margin distinctly lined with warts; color varies from whitish yellow to greenish to orange-brown and yellowish on the margin, with a thick, white volval patch on the disc; sticky when moist, smooth. Gills adnate to free, crowded, broad; white to pale yellowish. Stem 100-240 x 8-30mm appearing bulbous but no basal bulb; whitish to yellowish, darkening where handled; smooth to minutely hairy. Veil membranous partial veil forms a large but fragile skirt-like ring on the middle or upper stem; the large volva is thick, white, membranous, and saclike. Flesh white but yellowish next to cap. Spores ellipsoid to elongate, nonamyloid, 9.1-14.6 x 5.9-7.9?. Deposit white. Habitat singly, scattered, or in groups on the ground in mixed woods. Sometimes common with madrone and coast live oak. Found in the Pacific Northwest, south to central California. Season spring, September-November. Said to be edible - but I advise against eating any amanitas as the possibility of missidentification could cause death. (Never eat any mushroom until you are certain it is edible as many are poisonous and some are deadly poisonous.)
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Amanita bisporigera Atkinson Cap 3-10cm across, convex to flat or depressed; white, sometimes with a faint tinge of pale brown on the disc; smooth and slightly sticky when moist. Gills free to just reaching the stem, crowded, attenuate; white. Stem 60-140 x 7-18mm, solid, tapering slightly toward the top; white; often woolly or scaly; ball-shaped basal bulb; the white ring near the top of the stem is thin, delicate, and drooping or shredded in a mature specimen; the volva is a white membranous sac. Flesh white. Spores globose, amyloid, 7.8-9.6 x 7-9?. Basidia mostly 2-spored. Deposit white. Habitat singly in mixed coniferous and deciduous forests. Fairly common. Found in eastern North America. Season June-September. Deadly poisonous. Comment This is extremely similar to the deadly poisonous Amanita virosa,which has mostly 4-spored basidia.
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Amanita atkinsoniana Coker Cap 6-13cm across, convex becoming flatter or concave with veil fragments hanging from the margin; white to cream and pale graying brown, lighter toward the margin: veil become yellow and slimy in age; small, reddish-brown warts from the volva become loose, cottony patches on the cap margin. Gills free, crowded, moderately broad; pale cream with a faint reddish stain. Stem 65-210 x 10-30mm, usually tapering slightly toward the top; whitish; smooth to finely hair a pale, fairly fragile ring persists for a time, then collapses against the stem; the turnip-shaped basal bulb is usually covered with volval remnants forming rings of reddish-brown warts on the bulb, sometimes extending slightly up the stem. Flesh white, occasional, staining yellowish or pinkish. Odor faintly of chloride of lime. Spores ellipsoid, amyloid, 9-12.9 x 5.3-7.9?. Deposit white. Habitat singly or scattered on the ground in coniferous and mixed woods. Fairly common, particularly in the Southeast. Found widely distributed in eastern north America. Season August. Possibly poisonous -avoid, dangerous.
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Amanita abrupta Pk. Cap 4-10cm across, flatly convex to flat with a margin that is hung with small fragments; white; smooth, shiny, and dry; covered with small, white, conical warts that appear to be woolly at the margin. Gills free, crowded, narrow; white. Stem 65-125 x 5-15mm, solid to stuffed, tapering toward the top; white; slightly hairy or smooth with a few warts of volval remnants; the subabrupt to abrupt basal bulb usually large; the white ring near the top is thin and drooping, usually with a thick edge, lined above and woolly below. Flesh moderately thick at center of cap, thin toward margin; white. Spores globose to ellipsoid, amyloid, 6.5-9.5 x 5.5-8.5? Deposit white. Habitat in mixed coniferous or deciduous woods. Common. Found in eastern north America. Season September-November. probably poisonous - avoid; dangerous.
Inedible
Agrocybe paludosa (Lange) K?hn. & Romagn. syn. Pholiota praecox var. paludosa LangeSumpf-Ackerling Pholiote des marais Cap 1.5?3cm across, convex then flattened with broad umbo, dirty cream to pale tan, especially at the centre. Stem 40?70 x 2?3mm, cream flushed with cap colour, ring near apex, rather broad and fragile. Flesh thin, whitish in cap, brownish in stem. Smell of meal. Gills adnate, pale at first then darker brown. Spore print light cigar-brown. Spores ovoid-ellipsoid, 9?10 x 5?5.5?. Cap cuticle cellular. Habitat in marshy meadows. Season late spring in summer. Rare. Not edible. Distribution, America and Europe.
Inedible
Agrocybe erebia (Fr.) K?hn. syn. Pholiota erebia (Fr.) Gillet Lederbrauner Erdsch?ppling S?t?t r?tgomba Dark Fieldcap. Cap 3?6cm across, convex becoming flattened with a broad umbo, the margin wavy in older specimens, dull clay-brown when dry, darker and slightly viscid when moist. Stem 60?80 x 8?12mm, whitish at first gradually darkening brown from base upwards, with whitish grooved ring. Flesh pale brownish. Gills pale at first then dark umber brown. Spore print very dark brown. Spores ellipsoid, 10?13 x 5?6?. Cap cuticle cellular. Habitat on bare soil or in leaf litter in deciduous woods. Season autumn. Frequent. Not edible ? easily confused with poisonous species. Distribution, America and Europe.
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