Found in NE Kansas...not listed yet as being found here. I photographed it for 3 days before I finally dug it up and took it in to my local Myco club. The enthusiasts there believe it to be the A.microlepis. It has the distinct 'scaly' look to the stem/volva. The gills were a pale 'coffee au lai' and got a bit darker once I had it out of the ground for awhile.....I didn't see any blue color to the volva or stipe however? Found under Oaks, growing in EXTREMELY dry conditions. When I dug it out, I unearthed clay though...so not sure if that helped it or not. The warts on the cap are very distinct, and circling them in circular patterns, are even smaller ones. The images I've seen online don't show such distinctive warts or patterns... Does anyone have more info that might help here?