Notes: Open area along trail. Birch, hemlock, oak.
Preserved for study.
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Thanks for finding that problem. Luckily, I had instant diagnostic help, and the page is back on-line. (An unpaired quotation mark in an html command. Killer. Computers are so….)
Amanita rubescens var. alba is a valid name. It is incorrect in that it treats a distinctive North American species as a variety of a European one. This will be corrected someday.
For now, we have to used the name we’ve got.
I thought that there was NO rubescens in NA. So which of the several new purported eastern blushers is this a white form of? Or are you claiming this white form to be a true species, and not merely a color variant?
Your webpage on rubescens alba doesn’t open, so no help there!
rubescens var. alba.
Thanks for sending the collection.
Very nice looking material.
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