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We have several collections with what appears to be consistent DNA sequences. Large size, positive yellow reaction to KOH, dominantly subglobose spores, and four-spored basidia seem to be characters that are consistent…but may not be enough to define the species.
The spore shape separates this from A. suballiacea:
The four-spored basidia separates amerivirosa from A. bisporigera:
It appears that the fruiting body of A. “sp-O01” has a shorter stem in proportion to the cap width.
And the fiftheastern North American, white destroying angel of which we know from DNA studies is rather small:
We know that sp-bisporigera can become orangish or pinkish over the cap’s center; however, this character may occur in other species given the right environmental conditions.
Created: 2015-10-17 04:16:04 BDT (+0600)
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