Observation 115289: Amanita sect. Amidella
When: 2012-07-30
( 1200m)

Notes: Under pine.

Spores 10 – 11 × 6.

Herbarium specimen in the Amanita 2012 bag.

There are two collections labeled 115289 in the Amanita 2012 bag. They both might be this collection; if not, the one labeled 1390 is more likely to be this collection. Appears as though both collections are the same species.

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Spores 1000x
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Amanita section Amidella microscopy with Zapotec indians in San Vincente, Oaxaca, Mexico
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Amanita section Amidella microscopy with Zapotec indians in San Vincente, Oaxaca, Mexico

Proposed Names

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The weak ring on the stem in these images…
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2012-11-06 20:03:04 CST (-0500)

is very unusual in Western Hemisphere taxa in sect. Amidella. It exists,but disappears very early in the expansion of the cap in A. peckiana. The rings seems to persist too long for peckiana in this material. I don’t think that I’ve ever seen this species before. As far as I know A. fallax doesn’t have a partial veil. (I’ve seen Californian (U.S.) and Mexican material of fallax.)

Cool material.

R

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