Observation 140437: Amanita “sp-amerirubescens02” Tulloss crypt. temp.
When: 2013-07-19
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Fruit bodies showing this brassy color on the cap were everywhere around this location.

Conifer dominated woods (hemlock, spruce, pine) with hardwoods mixed in.

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Thanks again, David.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2014-07-22 22:03:34 WIB (+0700)

You will see that I screwed up on one of my name changes yesterday. I don’t know how I managed to do it, but I applied rubescens var. alba to what should have been sp-amerirubescens04. I think I fixed the mess I created in the observation. All my notes, herbarium label, everything disagrees with the name I posted. Very sorry.


Very best,


You’re welcome, Rod.
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2014-07-22 19:44:54 WIB (+0700)

Thornhurst is the nearest town to this location. I provided the extra info because of possible confusion with other locations in NE PA which have similar names.

Thanks for the tree data.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2014-07-22 10:49:28 WIB (+0700)


Is Thornhurst a place in the state forest?
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2014-07-22 10:31:33 WIB (+0700)


This material has been successfully sequenced.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2014-07-22 10:29:58 WIB (+0700)

Thank you for this material, David.

It is genetically identifiable as Amanita sp-amerirubescens02; so now we know what that species looks like at maturity with a dried pileus. Great.

Very best,


Thanks David,
By: groundhog
2013-10-26 00:54:34 WIB (+0700)

This material has been recieved and accessioned into Rod’s herbarium.

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