Amanita regalis (Royal Fly Agaric)
Cap 5-10 cm diameter, stem 6-12 cm tall * 1.5-2.5 cm thick
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Amanita regalis, commonly known as the Royal Fly Agaric, is a medium to large agaric with a brown, fleshy cap featuring patches. It has white gills, a ring, and a basal bulb. This mushroom typically grows solitarily or scattered on the forest floor in mixed woods.

Cap initially egg-shaped, then becomes convex and eventually flattens out. It is smooth and slightly greasy in damp conditions, and is glossy brown. The cap usually retains irregular whitish-grey fragments of the universal veil. The flesh is white firm and medium. Gills crowded close together, free from attachment to the stem, and white with a creamy yellow tinge. Stem white, smooth, lined above the ring. The ring is large white and fairly firm, superior. Spore print white.

Microscopic Features: The spores are broadly ellipsoidal, measuring 8-10 μm in length and 6-7 μm in width. They are inamyloid.

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