Under oaks and beeches.
.The unique characteristic of this amanita is that the bulb is covered with scales or warts identical to those which cover the cap.
Covered with numerous small white, gray or brown conical warts on a pale greyish background. These warts become less visible at maturity.
Even, often appendiculated.
Crowdy, whitish, sometimes tinged with pinkish.
Equal to enlarged downward, glabrous to fibrillous.
The partial veil leaves a fleeting ring on the stipe, sometimes not visible. The special characteristic of this amanita is its bulb covered with gray or brown warts on a white background which mirrors what is found on the cap
It smells of chlorine water (bleach). Sometimes the fruiting bodies are more stocky than slender.
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