Chocorna, N. H. Found in beech woods, in a wet place, by the side of a rock, among rotten leaves. Mature plant.
July 25, 1906
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Margin of pileus not at all striate. Fine striae present on the gill-side of the ring.
There are no notes to the young plant, i.e., the one of intermediate size, with the stem already elongated. The plant was secured in woods at Chocorna, N. H.
These two plates were reproduced in the Nat. Geogr. Magazine for May, 1920, under the name of Amanita phalloides. Prof. Kauffman very kindly called my attention to this error.
Louis C. C. Krieger
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Common names were obtained from the following sources:
Miller, Orson K. and David F. Farr. An index of the common fungi of North America, synonymy and common names. Vaduz [Liechtenstein]: J. Cramer, 1975. 206 p.
Lincoff, Gary. The National Audubon Society field guide to North American mushrooms. New York: Knopf: Distributed by Random House, c1998. 926 p.
Smith, Alexander H. The mushroom hunter's field guide. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, c1980. 316 p.