Observation 183380: Amanita sect. Vaginatae sensu Zhu L. Yang
When: 2014-10-16
Who: zaca
No herbarium specimen

Notes: These specimens grew in a mixed forest in a place where the dominant trees are pines. They didn’t grew together; Sp. 2 was found some 20 meters from Sp. 1, when looking for more specimens; Sp.3 was found in betewen the other two.

The cap was very pale grey that became darker on drying; the gills remained white with a grey tone (dirty white?).

Images

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Sp. 1
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Sp. 1
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Sp. 1
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Sp. 1
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Sp. 1
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Sp. 2
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Sp. 2
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Sp. 2
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Sp. 2
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Sp. 2
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Sp. 3
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Sp. 3
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Microscopy (from Sp. 1): Spores;
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Microscopy (from Sp. 1): Basidia;
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Microscopy (from Sp.2): Spores;
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Microscopy (from Sp.2): Basidia;
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Microscopy (from Sp.2): Other gill elements.

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Data added.
By: zaca
2014-10-17 14:52:16 PDT (-0700)

Either these (Sp. 1 and Sp.2) are of different species or I’m still unable to select conveniently the spores to measure. A more vague option will be a species with variable size of spores.

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