Observation 212429: Amanita “sp-54” Tulloss & Rodrig. Cayc.

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Can you send me the sequence or the raw data…or both?
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2016-12-24 19:50:37 PST (-0800)

I’d like to see it.

Very best,

Rod

ITS
By: Stephen Russell (Mycota)
2016-12-24 18:12:32 PST (-0800)

suggests this is a good match for your collections of sp-54.

I think you’ve come up with a good solution, Stephen.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2015-08-14 16:01:13 PDT (-0700)

Amanitasp-54” had to be somewhere other than Mary M.‘s front yard by the sidewalk. I have a collection in my herbarium (MO #96720) that you sent me from Griffey Lake, Burlington, IN. I’ll see what I can do to speed up the sequencing of my local collection and the Griffey Lake collection.

Rod

Yes, this was the most interesting one of the day.
By: Stephen Russell (Mycota)
2015-08-10 18:48:29 PDT (-0700)

We were happy to find it.

Yellow volval material
By: I. G. Safonov (IGSafonov)
2015-08-10 18:37:27 PDT (-0700)

is visible on the ground and around the annulus. This is a rather distinct feature. The only two taxa I am aware of from my region (NJ) that have this kind of trait are Amanita sp-54 and an unknown species, or two species, I collected in the Pine Barrens last year (obs 175241, obs 175243, and obs 179834). Hopefully Rod will weigh in on this one.

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