Observation 231594: Amanita sect. Phalloideae (Fr.) Singer

When: 2015-09-21

Collection location: Antiguo camino a Ocotitlán, Tepoztlán, Morelos, Mexico [Click for map]

Who: Alejandro Tux (Alejandro Tux)

No specimen available

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Recognized by sight: Thin stem, white color

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I very much appreciate your interest in the genus, Alejandro.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2016-03-04 03:03:40 WIB (+0700)

I wish you good luck.

Very best,

Rod

Rod
By: Alejandro Tux (Alejandro Tux)
2016-03-04 01:44:01 WIB (+0700)

I spent 50-50 percent of my time between Mexico City and Tepoztlán Morelos but most of the recolections I do are Morelos based. I haven’t visited the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos Mycological Herbarium, but I’m planning to do it as soon as I have some free time. Special attention on Amanitas this season!

Saludos
Alejandro

too little info to ID to species here.
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2016-03-02 23:29:51 WIB (+0700)

not only bisporigera has a “thin stem” or a “white cap.”

You’re welcome, Alejandro.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2016-03-02 19:59:26 WIB (+0700)

I look forward to hearing more about your material. Are you based in Morelos?

There is a very interesting Amanita that was found there in the past. It is one of the species that seems to be amycorrhizal.

Prof. Montiel-Arcos collected this material in 1991 and showed this material to me in the late 1990s.

From photographs, it looks like A. macerisolum:

http://www.amanitaceae.org?Amanita%20macerisolum.

Very best,

Rod

I will describe and photograph them better this season
By: Alejandro Tux (Alejandro Tux)
2016-03-02 14:10:58 WIB (+0700)

Rain season in México is not too far, I will document my observations better this year, and will try KOH too, I’ll ask for your opinion soon.

Thanks for the comments
Saludos
Alex

That is something that I don’t know about.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2016-02-21 00:38:40 WIB (+0700)

Some people have described a “chlorine”-like smell for some of the white Phalloideae in the eastern U.S. I have never detected that. It could be that I don’t have the right genes. The smell I associate with the white “destroying angels” is the sweet smell like carrion that the fruiting bodies acquire as they begin to age. French authors sometimes say it is the smell of “decaying honey.”

Very best,

Rod

Cap surface white
By: Alejandro Tux (Alejandro Tux)
2016-02-20 23:55:27 WIB (+0700)

Like in the other observations, didn’t taste but I did noticed after handling this one http://mushroomobserver.org/231537?q=2iSBz that it started exuding a transparent liquid with a very strong “chemical smell” (not sure that makes any sense)

Alejandro

Was the cap surface white? sordid ivory? gray-brown?
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2016-02-20 19:42:11 WIB (+0700)

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