National Geographic : 1920 May
Figure on left: THE HANDSOME VOLVARIA (VOLVARIA SPECIOSA). Edibility doubtful. Inthe genus Volvaria there isavolva, but no ring; the spores and gills are pink or reddish, and the latter are free from the stem. Middle figure : CLAVARIA FUSIFORMIS. Like tongues offlame, this beautiful Clavaria shoots from the mossy beds of cool, moist woodlands. It is edible. Figureon right :THE LEMON-YELLOW AMANITA (AMANITA CITRINA). Deadly poisonous. Some mycologists consider this a variety of Amanita phalloides (see Nos. Xand XVI).