Observation 140576: Amanita austrostraminea D.A. Reid
When: 2013-07-20
No herbarium specimen

Notes: This is a series of additional photos of Amanitas taken from the field as buttons, but later allowed to continue to expand, thus showing some very nice detail of the floccose material left along the stipe and pileus rim. All of them show some evidence of lavender discoloration on the bulb.

Collected, allowed to expand, and photographed by S.J.Greco.

Species Lists


Copyright © 2013 S.J.Greco
Sample 1, by S.J.Greco
Copyright © 2013 S.J.Greco
Sample 1, by S.J.Greco
Copyright © 2013 S.J.Greco
Sample 2 by S.J.Greco
Copyright © 2013 S.J.Greco
Sample 3 by S.J.Greco
Copyright © 2013 S.J.Greco
Sample 4 by S.J.Greco
Copyright © 2013 S.J.Greco
Sample 5 – with darker cap
Photo and samples by S.J.Greco
Copyright © 2013 S.J.Greco
Beautiful “flocking”
Photo and sample by S.J.Greco

Proposed Names

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Recognized by sight: Dr. Tulloss identified other samples from this same area picked on the same day as these photos. Without further analysis the assumption is they are all the same “Australian (Southern hemisphere) Straw-colored Amanita”.

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 = Current consensus


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