Found under birch trees on New Forest heathland. A lot of Fly Agarics around it.
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I would say you are right when you mention Fly Agarics. You sometimes find them with no veil remnants
would be nice if it were A. caesarea but suspect its not.
There is a form recognised by some of A muscaria form aureola which has an orange-yellow cap and lacks any velar warts.
Looks like Amanita caesarea. It'd be nice to think it might be! But I suppose the evidence is slim going on the evidence that there were other A.muscari around a plenty.
Lat/Lng: 50.88472, -1.75733
OS grid ref: SU171094
Mainly heather and bracken heathland. Peaty soil, birch trees around.