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This material has been received and accessioned into Rod’s herbarium.
I am looking forward to seeing all of the Missouri fungal splendor.
but if we get a very wet September again, I should be able to get some to you from the city.
is typical of members of Amanita section Lepidella.
I have yet to find any of these non-MR/saprobic forms, however.
Maybe this is the year? I’ll be in Mingo this October. Is that too late for your thiersii?
These are in good shape, not distorted or dissolved away. White coating is flaky and very sticky, an indicator of A. thiersii.
See especially the last photo, with the flakes rubbed away from the larger cap.
that it might be under attack by a Hypomyces?
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