Observation 223961: Amanita sect. Lepidella sensu Bas
When: 2015-11-26

Notes: Possibly Amanita …. Single fruiting body in shaded area, loosly and shallow rooted in Eucalyptus Rain Forest. Some meal loosly hanhing from edge of Pileus. Cap warty and white. Stope has some light yellow colouring and base is bulbous. Gills fine and close with yellow colouring. No aroma to differentiate from other specimens. Possible Yellow spore print.

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Recognized by sight: Appendiculate UV material along cap margin, rooting stipe base.

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Thanks Ian,
By: groundhog
2016-02-08 14:29:15 CST (-0500)

We have accessioned this material to Rod’s herbarium and scheduled it to be sampled for DNA sequencing. Rod comments that ochraceous gills are often associated with Amanita subsection Gymnopodae, however people have mistakenly placed species in Gymnopodae before so we won’t make a guess until we have further information.

Naomi

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