|Amanita for sure.|
|Veil hangs off the cap's edge -- like a slip showing.|
|Shreds of a veil.|
1. Amanitas grow from a bulbous base.
2. Amanitas have a thin "veil" from the stem to edges that tears and shreds as the mushroom grows. Often, there are shreds left hanging, like a slip showing. Often, there's a ring around the stem where the veil was attached.
3. Amanita caps often have pimples or scales, or they look as if they were salted with flake salt or peppered.
4. Some Amanitas have shaggy stems.
These are from the woods, but Amanitas also appear in lawns and in mulch bought from garden stores.