Notes: Under pine.
Spores (10.5) 11 – 12 x (6.5) 7.
Measurements 12 × 7, 12 × 7, 11 × 7, 11 × 7, 10.5 × 6.5,
Herbarium specimen in the Amanita 2012 bag.
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In Veracruz, Mexico City, and Tlaxcala, I know people in mycological groups at universities or ecological institutes (Xalapa). It would be courteous to give the folks halves of good looking specimens.
There is a paper that I hope will be in peer review by the beginning of the New Year that examines several genes from species in the Caesareae as part of a phylogeographic study. Among the species studied were several of the taxa of Mexico. Many of the first author’s interpretation of the names created by Guzman & Ram.-Guill. turned out to be synonymous with A. basii. I don’t think all the wrinkles are taken care of yet, but my suspicion that there are fewer species than were given names is stronger than ever.
Hope it makes it through customs!
can be viewed by me in the future.
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