Observation 201117: Amanita fulvoides Neville &: Poumarat
When: 2012-11-10
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Quercus suber ,could be A.battarrae or A.fulvoides

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i was just fresh from the mycological classes in Trento :)
By: Davide Puddu (Davide Puddu)
2015-03-26 18:48:08 EDT (-0400)

i keyed it out in my mind as one between A.umbrinolutea and A.battarrae so i set it as A.battarrae because of the orange spotted volva. they teached me that A.battarrae grows mainly under broadleaves trees so i archived this as A.battarrae back then although i think it is more a northern species.but also the edge of the cap is not that striate ,the color is brown and probably the gills edge are not dark colored.anyway i set A.battarrae as"could be" because it didn’t convince me.While A.fulvoides is a more intriguing hypothesis , although it is not a commonly known species and i’ve seen it only on books, the habitat(and the habitus) should be right. i hope to see it again ,in 2014 it didn’t fruit in that place.

ok
By: Davide Puddu (Davide Puddu)
2015-03-26 17:24:58 EDT (-0400)

Thank you

See original plate of battarrae (which is the lectotype).
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2015-03-26 15:34:32 EDT (-0400)
Amanita battarrae is described as gray; it is drawn as multizonate.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2015-03-26 15:31:24 EDT (-0400)

So battarrae doesn’t seem to apply to this material.

Very best,

Rod

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