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with soil pretty much eliminates Amanita magniradix as a possibility…leaving A. rhopalopus. I’m going to get this under the scope this afternoon; however, spores often become distorted and abnormal in other ways when a specimen gets hit by the yellowing syndrome; so I don’t know what kind of results I’m going to get from the spore measurements.
Let me know what name you finally put on this one.
Hawn Park has a great variety of Lepidellae
This material has been received and accessioned to Rod’s herbarium. He is planning on measuring the spores to determine which species this specimen is in the A. rhopalopus group.
I have never seen the yellowing syndrome on this species (which I think might be A. rhopalopus).
This set of photographs is very nice documentation of the stages of development of the syndrome and its effect on the fruiting-body of an amanita.
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