Amanita calytroderma is more often known as cocorra.
I’m not saying to eat this one. It’s not a bad mushroom. Some people think it is great. It’s not my favorite as they are a bit crunchy but they do have a profoundly rich flavor. Wow. In a hearty soup stock this contribution of this fungus is insane. I’ve heard they make great pickles but just try to get someone else to eat one.
The toxic look-alike problem is really worth getting educated on as it is more likely to kill a person not-nearly-quickly-enough rather than just making them sick. I’ve *heard* that the toxic Amanitas taste really great too. Or at least that is what has been claimed by survivors; one of which also related entering a demonic realm of vividly-intense hallucinatory hell that was unlike anything I’ve heard described before or since.
Both edible and deadly Amanitas can sometimes be found growing together so consumption of the unexpanded “eggs” is not a smart idea.
These are correctly identified. Please do not use them for identification!