Yellowish brown to dark brown, with angular white patches, margin lined. Gills whitish, free or slightly attached. Stalk with large skirtlike ring, base bulbous with volva. Conifer forests on ground.
light brown cap with white warts, white stalk and gills.
Plant Associations: Pseudotsuga menziesii, grasses (unk spp.)
Environment: found on the side of a road w/ no tree cover abouve the specimen
Substrate: found on grass of unknown spp.
Growth Habit: single
Smell: no distinct odor (older specimen
Found walking around the Olympic Forest while picking Chantrelles.
Habitat: Old growth forest with douglas fir and hemlock conifer trees. Understory, vine maple, red huckleberry, salal, oregon grape, sword fern, chantrelles
Color: Cap Brown with white/cream irregular shaped powdery dots on top
Stem: White with a anulus
We found this hallucinogenic mushroom in front of Denny Hall in the grass under Douglas Fir trees. Apparently, these are the only trees it grows near. This may mean they have a symbiotic relationship. This was also seen east of rainier vista in a grassy knoll by the meal trucks.
Seen in the yard of a U-District resident on 55th St walking toward Ravenna Park
The slugs were chowing down on these Amanita fungi but they are poison for humans.
I think this is the pantherina species.
Amanita pantherina var. pantherina, also known as the "European Panther" and "False Blusher" due to its similarity to the true Blusher (Amanita rubescens), is a species of Europe and western Asia. Material described as A. pantherina in the Americas seems to belong to a number of distinct taxa only some of which have been described.