Amanita aestivalis 

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Amanita aestivalis Singer 

looks a lot like Amanita brunnescens. Both feature a bulbous foot often with an abruptly raised rim. the basal bulb of Amanita aestivalis, however, lacks the vertically cleft foot. Both develop reddish brown spotting and staining (although the staining is slower with Amanita aestivalis).. Amanita aestivalis has a white slippery cap, sometimes slightly yellow or light tan over the center. The margin is either non-striate or faintly so in age. The moderately broad close white gills are free and slightly fimbriate along the edge. The partial veil is white, persistent and located high up on the stem. It can be found growing in deciduous and mixed forests. 

Amanita sec. Phalloideae