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Fly Amarita????????
Location: North Central Ohio, under spruce trees on a tree farm.

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vivianja
vivianja
Fly Amarita????????

Cap on this picture is about 10-12 inches across. Others in group varied from 3 or 4 inches up. Smaller ones were closed, like the one Alice's caterpillar sat on, some were flat, the largest ones looked like this. None were red, the orange color was actually a lttle more vivid than this photo. This is a cell photo, I didn't have my camera along, so a friend snapped the pic.
My ID problem is that the red ones are the large, but the yellow-orange ones aren't supposed to get this big. Any ideas?
Fly Amarita????????

Fly Amarita????????
Fly Amarita???????? - September 23, 2009

Fly Amarita????????

Fly Amarita????????
Fly Amarita???????? - September 23, 2009

Fly Amarita????????

Fly Amarita????????
Fly Amarita???????? - September 23, 2009

Fly Amarita????????

Fly Amarita????????
Fly Amarita???????? - September 22, 2009

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BillyBob
BillyBob

Wow 20 Dollars! The other guy only found 10.
September 23, 2009
18:30:21
gardengeek
gardengeek

That looks like a type of Amanita muscaria, AKA: Fly Agaric.
September 23, 2009
18:22:41
gardengeek
gardengeek

If you could take a picture of the stalk, and a close-up of the cap, it would help but, it looks like it might be Amanita caesarea, or Amanita phalloides.
September 22, 2009
10:05:01

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