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Red fungi ID

 
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Any ideas on what this mushroom could be? As i was moving a thick mat of pine needles i found two of these growing up.


 
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Anyone think this could be amanita muscaria persicina? My location would not be far from its common range, although it would be on the western boundary of it from what i understand. I am searching for red or peach colored fungi that live with pine trees and not finding much. The cap of this mushroom has no warts like some of the persicina photos i have found, but some look very similar without any white on the top surface.
 
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The sickener perhaps?

These are pretty common in the Georgia pine woods.
 
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I think you are right john i was just heading to this thread to put Russula emetica? Based on many of the photos it is a dead ringer. Thanks.

One clue is the edge of the gills being so pronounced in my picture.
 
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yep russula! very common up here.
 
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