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This material has been received and accessioned to Rod’s herbarium. We have scheduled it for DNA sequencing.
Your dried material associated with this observation arrived today in good order.
The available morphological information (sorted by genetic information that is still being worked up) is on the WAO website.
Here is the current list of possible rubescent taxa in eastern North America:
Amanita flavorubens – perhaps a species with a very complex set of different
Amanita rubescens var. alba
Apparently missing numbers are due to the discovery that two items on the list were essentially identical in terms of the available genetic data.
“amerirubescens” is actually a group with cryptic members? are there already known named species in this group?
I sincerely hope that you will publish this nom. prov. soon, Rod, so we have a basis for comparison for these various eastern blushing outliers.
I know, the finite nature of time, and all.
the “amerirubescens” group. It’s not A. flavorubens, and its probably not A. rubescens var. alba. That leaves the ones that are separated mostly by genetics at this point in time. We’re working on the problem….
I see that you kept some dried material, if you’re willing to share it, we could take a look to see where it falls in our current scheme.
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