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Robert, it’s nice to “meet” you by email. I think your summary statement is accurate and concise. I hope it will last for awhile in the “wikipedia environment.” :-)
Thanks Rod for the heads-up on Japanese A. sphaerobulbosa; I’ve updated the Wikipedia article. I hope I’m not interpreting their conclusions with the following statement: “Mycologists Tsuguo Hongo and Rokuya Imazeki suggested in the 1980s that the Japanese mushroom A. sphaerobulbosa was synonymous with the North American A. abrupta; a 1999 study of Amanita specimens in Japanese herbaria considered them to be closely-related but distinct species, due to differences in spore shape and in the microstructure of the volval remnants.”
Haha! Thanks for the wiki Sasata! Your articles are always very informative :)
Looks like a toy they sell in “Good Vibrations”D.