Amanita fulva or Amanita vaginata var fulva
Caps are 5-10 cm across, smooth, slippery when wet, convex becoming flat or umbonate, margin striate, variable in colour, and grey to cinnamon or tan brown. Flesh is white. Gills are free and white. Stalks are up to 15 cm tall by 1.5 cm wide, and smooth or powdery. Ring is absent. Cups are sac-like, white to tan, irregularly roughened, and sometimes buried. Spore print is white and non amyloid. Widespread and one of the most common of the Amanita species, it is recognized by lacking a ring and the grey or brown, striate cap. Edible but avoid. CLICK HERE for mature specimen of this species. For picture of true Grisette try Amanita vaginata.