Amanita maybe?

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  1. Thehammer1985

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    Hey everyone,

    Quit background on this find. Small drought in Michigan, southeastern to be specific. Walking a mixed hardwood forest (mostly oaks, birch, poplar) found these 2 little guys on the ground no wood twigs buried underneath appears to be only dirt and mycelium. Annulus ring is barely visible if you could even call it one. Has a sac like sheathed volva, tight gill spacing and conical cap. Bright orange on top fading to yellow on bottom with a small white brim. No visible warts, and a downy stipe. Any and all help would be appreciated
     

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  2. Montana

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    Are you near Port Huron?
    I can direct you.loads of amanitas on state land.
     
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  3. LuckOfTheFryish

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    Is the cap stirate at all? Ive been going through a bunch of amanitas and some kind of match up bit most dont. To be honest im not the best with amanita
     
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    I am about 45 away from port Huron and that would be awesome... I still have yet to come across a a. Muscaria. I dont wanna steal from your spit if theres not enough from you. If theres enough for one more person I'd appreciate it
     
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    I moved to Montana.
    It's state land anyhow.
    There a lot of spots there but i.can.pinpoint spots for you.

    There a two hour time difference but I can give you my land line # in a pm on this site.
     
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    Pm sent
     
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    I've been trying to I'd amanitas and it's my Achilles heel. These really spiked my interested bc the no joke looked like a gummy bear when the sun hit em. No striations though, cap was only about 1 inch- 1.5 in wide but I dont think it was as done popping. The stipe had light fragile patches on it and on open rounded volva
     
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    Thank you I'll shoot you a text in a bit when I get out of work I really appreciate it
     
  9. Thehammer1985

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    Oops sorry call
     
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    Your op might be
    Amanita flavoconia
     
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  11. LuckOfTheFryish

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    After this morning i have a few days off. Ill do a lot more reading
     
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