Amanita Pseudovolvata differs from the previous species by its smaller size which does not exceed 10 cm in height with a cap of 3 to 7 cm in diameter. For its part, the Amanita Volvata reaches 14 cm in height and its cap 10 cm in diameter. These two species are similar both in terms of their physical appearance and their habitats.
This amanita has a cap adorned with brownish velar remains on a white background.The cap and the stipe turn brown when bruised, but the flesh remains unchanged when cut.
Delicate partial veil leaving a fleeting ring on the stipe. Bulbous stipe emerging from a sac-like volva; The volva that surrounds the bulb has very thick flesh.
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