Collection location: Popocatépetl, Mexico, Mexico [Click for map]
19.095° 98.6832° 3342m
Under Abies religiosa.
Herbarium specimen in the Amanita 2012 bag.
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It seems to me that there may be something that converts rather pallid, rubescent species in North and Central America to darker capped mushrooms with very, very dark universal veil remnants.
I’d like to see what the genetics tells us about the more pallid specimens in the lower pictures and compare that to the what can be extracted from the very dark mushrooms near the top of the page.
I have the dried material here in Oakland.
No Alan’s shipments from Mexico have (sadly) never successfully arrived in Roosevelt, NJ…despite multiple attempts on Alan’s part.
did you get the dried material? What were the results?
Thank you in advance.
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