Observation 162158: Amanita novinupta Tulloss & J. Lindgr.


Extremely scaly-banded stipe on this fruitbody.

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Recognized by sight: spring-fruiting with live oak. Whitish all over with white UV warts, stipe with bands of tissue, pinkish to brick-red blushing, rimmed to indistinct volva.

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Fine. Glad to be able to help….and thank you.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2014-03-27 14:39:32 CDT (-0400)

I suppose you’ve noticed on the novinupta technical tab (WAO) that we have posted sequences from an isotype of novinupta in GenBank (accessible from the tech tab by clicking on the GenBank accession number). We also have sent GenBank sequences from the holotype in NY; however, our link is not alive yet because the GenBank editors are not finished with their processing. When the sequences appear on GenBank, our links will suddenly begin to work. :)

We don’t have pages on WAO for all the rubescent taxa of North America; however, we do have several covered at present:

Amanita flavorubens, A. rubescens var. alba, A. sp-amerirubescens01, A. sp-amerirubescens02, A. sp-amerirubescens04, A. sp-ameirrubescens05, A. sp-MO02, A. sp-N47, A. sp-NM10, and A. sp-T03.

Very best,


Anything you can take off my hands
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2014-03-27 12:41:29 CDT (-0400)

will free up our resources. I’ll send it off as soon as it’s dry.

Hello, Christian.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2014-03-27 12:39:38 CDT (-0400)

Are you intending to seqeuence this material? If not, we can fit it into the “rubescent” sequencing activities in Dr. Hughes’ lab in Knoxville.

Very best,


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