AppearanceAmanita punctata is up to 87 mm wide, at first globose, then convex, sometimes gibbous, then planar to slightly depressed, smooth, slightly sticky when moist, nonappendiculate, with a markedly striate to sulcate and rather short margin. The cap is very dark gray to grayish brown to smoke gray, and is darkest over the disc. The volva is present as occasional patches (especially in young material), with most of them near the margin.
Amanitopsis punctata Cleland & Cheel
Amanita vaginata var. punctata (Cleland & Cheel) E.J.Gilbert 1940
Amanita vaginata var. punctata (Cleland & Cheel) E.J.Gilbert 1941
DistributionFound in most states of Australia including Tasmania
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