Collection location: Montpelier, Mississippi, USA [Click for map]
Amanita found in North Mississippi under oak/mixed forest.
Cap:Smooth. No volval remnants on cap. White on margin, peachy disc. Margin striate.
Stem: White with brownish scabbers, no annulus.
White saccate volva.
Slight peachy orange tint to the inner edge of the volva.
Fungarium specimen saved.
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Sometimes, it takes awhile to get a sequence (or a set of sequences, which I am hoping for in this case) back in hand. Please don’t hold your breath. I don’t want to be responsible for the consequences. :)
I am excited to find out what comes back on this specimen and will continue to search for more specimens like it. Thank you for all your work, Rod! It is greatly appreciated.
Thank you, again, David.
Thanks very much Rod. I’ll be sure to keep you updated on all of my Amanita finds.
Quite welcome. I look forward to any info that comes from your work. Hopefully it will be useful to you for your research.
I hope this is A. keesii as well. It would be nice to be able to add that name to my species list as a definite. Hopefully I can find some more of these next year. I will be able to return to the location it was found anytime I want to look, so, maybe I can get more next year.
We really need more material of this provisionally named amanita. It would be great if we could publish another name honoring Dr. Bas.
We have received the dried specimen. Thank you. It is being accessioned in Herbarium Rooseveltensis Amanitarum as RET 811-7.
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