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However, it looks like it was sufficient.
Noted. In fact, I think I remember now… you had provided me with the web address when the site was still being tweaked. I now have the updated version bookmarked.
David designed and built the amanitaceae.org site.
The public name of the site is www.amanitaceae.org; and the site is meant to be viewed through that address.
The www.tullabs.com site is a frozen old version of the site, I think. That would mean, David W., that you have been missing a lot of changes to the site in the last year or so.
I have always been using amanitacea.org, and didn’t know tullabs.com existed. Perhaps Rod can comment on the existence of the second one.
Yes, using your link I see it. But when I use my bookmarked version of the Amanita website, I don’t see it. There are two different web addresses for rhacopus.
I updated my bookmark for the Amanita website, and now I get the new rhacopus page.
It’s now on the rhacopus page of WAO.
This was a really nice specimen. I’m glad it got included. This fragile species doesn’t have much of a “shelf-life” in the field.
This material has been received and accessioned to Rod’s herbarium. We have also scheduled it for DNA sequencing.
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