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Neither odor nor taste has been recorded
for this species.
Large fruiting body with thick,
white, buried volva; form & color" (pale olive
cream zone to deeper brown disk with tan margin
from same site) slightly reminiscent of pattern in
european A. umbrinolutea, but spores too small
(see (Moser, 1983) and (E. J. Gilbert, 1940 &
1941)); zonate pileus not a constant feature;
lamellae drying to sordid yellowish cream or a
lovely pale orange [need to check this range
again].—R. E. Tulloss
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The following material is derived from original
resarch of R. E. Tulloss.
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