Notes: -large fruiting in mixed woods
-a couple of specimens quite large
-largest specimen 23 cm tall, pileus 15 cm wide
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Thanks Rod. For some of us, it’s a relief to see some species not get divided up into numerous subspecies -makes identification much more simplified!
The paper by Sanchez-Ramirez et al. should be out soon in the the Journal of Biogeography…it may even be out already.
A nice set of photographs, Steve.
Dave, I was just going by what Michael Kuo offers on the topic: ""Amanita spreta" may represent a group of potential North American species"
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