Collection location: Lackawanna Co., Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]
Who: Dave in NE PA
Looks a lot like obs 24419. Lack of root at stalk base suggests it’s not in the cokeri grouping.
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This material has been accessioned to Rod’s herbarium.
If anyone finds any legitimate use for my posted images, then it’s okay with me.
Rod, I’ll add the A. abrupta in with the other materials that I’ve been saving for you.
on this observation have a CC:BY-SA license, which means you can use them without further permission, as long as you attribute them and don’t claim exclusive rights over them yourself. (I think. I’m not a lawyer.)
note the rings on the vertically splitting and very abrupt bulb.
Since you have a voucher, I’d like to ask if you would deposit it with me (eventually will be in the NY Bot. Gard. herbarium) and permit me to use some of the pix (at 250 pixels height and 72 bpi) on the Amanita Studies site.
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