Collection location: Southeastern Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington, USA [Click for map]
Who: Sava Krstic (sava)
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No clamps and a good match on spore size and shape.
The specimen is now posted in black type (ID’d) at
The second photograph has been selected for the same page.
Thank you very, very much.
in New Jersey a couple of days ago. I am cataloging it for the herbarium today. If you have the information, I need the county in which the material was collected.
I’m very happy to see that you sent some BONUS specimens.
If you have the information, I need the county in which each of the collections was collected.
Thank you, once again.
Very kind of you.
I’m drying for you the three collected specimens.
When you have time and the inclination, if you dry specimens to act as vouchers for your photographs (of amanitas and limacellas), I would be interested in having the dried material for study and using the corresponding distinctive and instructive photographs on the Amanitaceae web site.
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