Single specimen in close proximity to an unidentified Boletus. Area open forest floor semi rainforest.( Eucalyptus common.)
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|I’d Call It That||3.0||4.95||1||(amanitarita)|
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This material has been received and accessioned to Rod’s herbarium.
is the friable UV (breaks up into warts on the cap, leaves crumbly remnants at the stipe base, or nothing at all) in combo with the membranous PV.
love your OZ finds, Ian! Keep on postin’.
a good starting place:
Also, this page is almost up to date for Australia’s amanitas:
The following taxa are known to be missing at the moment: A. drummondii (section Vaginatae), A. quenda (sect. Lepidella); these species were just recently described from Western Australia by Dr. Elaine Davison in the journal Nuytsia.
though I had to go to the more observations page for clearer representations of this group. The four representations don’t make an immediate impression.
Thanks for the mini-lesson.
Though being a dug up specimen I was unsure…
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