Shrink list ... Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected
Cap: 7-13 cm across, first spherical, then convex to plane, white to dingy white, gray white to brownish white, center is usually darker, sometimes also with a greenish tinge, if wet lubricous, densely covered primarly if young with concolorous, pyramidal warts which may be nearly absent in old cups and after rainy periods, cuticle is peelable, margin is projecting beyond the lamellae, smooth.
Hymenophore: lamellae are whitish with a green tint, old turning yellow, broad, adnexed to almost free, edges are ciliate.
Spore print: fresh greenish, dry deep cream
Spore: broadly elliptic, 8,4-11,3 x 6,4-8,2 μm
Stem: 7-13 x 1-2,5 cm, cylindric, often increasing in thickness toward the base and sometimes with a bulb, base is fusiform rooting, stem is solid, whitish with a greenish tinge, somewhat browning if bruised, above the annulus smooth, below it fibrillose tomentose and with girdlelike zones on the base, annulus membranous, striate on the upper surface.
Flesh: whitish, sometimes with a greenish tinge, especially in the stem, thin, odor is unpleasant medicinal like, taste is mild, insipid.
Habitat: solitary to few together in hardwood forests, floodplain forests, on moist, nutrient rich soils, neutral to basic soils, grows from summer to fall.
Remarks: similar with Amanita strobiliformis and Amanita vittadini, which have floccose aerolate veil remnants on the cup.