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I was hoping to get you some more Amanita late this year, but things pretty much petered out where I was hunting after those last few A. citrina. Well, it’s a new year, hopefully we’ll get some more interesting things for you. Do you have a “wish list”? I know you’re almost always interested in Limacella.
We successfully obtained both barcode and LSU sequences from this material. Thanks for collecting and sending this material.
The material has been received and accessioned into the herbarium. The material will be scheduled for sampling for DNA sequencing.
We may have enough material of flavorubens and amerirubescens from Ste. Genevieve Co. at least for the moment.
Material of sect. Caesareae, citrinoid material, rubescens var. alba, material similar to solaniolens (e.g., sp-N20 and sp-O02), porphyria [EDIT], and white destroying angels of all stripes are of particular interest for sampling.
Anything else that’s in good condition and documented at least by a photo would be fun to have for future studies. For example, there is not a ITS sequence in GenBank (the last time I checked) for A. abrupta that represents the true North American species.
A package with my recent collections is on the way.
I am hosting a foray at Hawn State Park near the 4th of July.
I’ll encourage everyone to send what they find to you.
Patrick, I’d like to use this specimen in the study with your permission.
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