Notes: under oak, sandy loam soil, in oak-juniper woodland. RMC 1399 and 1400 found interspersed under the same oaks. Two red staining Amanitas, kinda neat.
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I have material from Tlaxcala edo. submitted for sequencing. I don’t know if DNA can be obtained from the material yet.
Yes, it is a beautiful species.
and down into Mexico, I assume.
This collection and eight others have been sequenced recently at the Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, under the direction of Dr. Karen S. Hughes. The sequences and a summary of results were received on the 1st of October while I was away from the office. The sequences come from material collected in Connecticut, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. All this material was judged to be Amanita flavorubens prior to sequencing. All the sequences are in agreement. Hence, it would appear from this evidence that Amanita flavorubens as presently conceived in North America is likely to be a single species.
We got a very clean and complete “barcode” sequence from this collection.
Thank you for your contributions to our research.
Thank you for including this very nice collection.
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