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Right, Alan.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2016-06-18 23:30:58 -03 (-0300)

No red staining on the 3000 m elevation material.

Rod

Hi Rod
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2016-06-18 21:08:30 -03 (-0300)

El Terrero is at 2100 meters elevation, significantly lower than the high elevation taxon that you mentioned. I don’t think that one stains red either.

The other time I found Amanita flavorubens in Mexico it was at 2200 meters.

What was the elevation where this was collected, Alan.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2016-06-18 08:27:59 -03 (-0300)

I remember an amanita like this from relatively high elevations on Malintzi in Tlaxcala. I remember it was labeled “flavorubens” in herbaria. My impression was that it was distinct. On the other hand flavorubens may be a very complex grouping….

Very best,

Rod