Collection location: Roberts Property, Cumberland Co., Tennessee, USA [Click for map]
-two specimens fruiting under mostly Virginia Pine with a Hickory and a small maple in the vicinity
-pileus 63mm x 8 mm and 58mm x 7mm
-5% KOH on cap turns quickly bright yellow
-mostly 4 sterigmata basidia
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So this particular collection is probably not bisporirgera.
I haven’t had time to work on the sequences of Phalloideae in recent months. We are still getting some sequences back from material sampled in the past.
At the moment I’m focusing on section Vaginatae in terms of sequences…for the most part.
one taxon — bisporigera.
…would we modify the name to A. bisporigera (instead of A. bisporigera group)?
Does having 2-spore basidia rule out the other possibilities in the “group”?
Also, do you have sequencing results for this collection, and if so, how did the results match up with others in the database?
The proposed determination is correct.
This material has been received and accessioned to Rod’s herbarium. We have scheduled it for DNA sequencing.
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