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White; 11.25 – 12.5u x 10.25 – 10.5u

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-30% (2)
Recognized by sight
Used references: RET “I have sent in a correction to GenBank for the organism name of KP284293. It
will be changed to match the name on your observation.”
Based on chemical features: ITS 100% to GenBank (KP284293)
91% (2)
Used references: RET “Using my in-house database, I am able to get a 100% match for MO292020. It is
my sp-amerifulva02 (not posted to GenBank). In this case you need to trim the
sequence so that it doesn’t include an overlap with the ITS1F binding site.
This is explained in the posted document. The motifs showing the divisions of
an SSU fragment, the three parts of ITS, and an LSU fragment are all present.
In this case you have a complete, apparently clean, ITS.”
Based on chemical features: ITS 100% match to RET’s internal database
-28% (1)
Recognized by sight: KP284293 is now listed as Amanita fulva in genbank.

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The voucher material for this observation has been accessioned in our herbarium.
By: R. E. Tulloss (ret)
2018-07-16 15:16:30 CEST (+0200)

Once again that you for sharing the voucher collection of this observation. It is very interesting that the DNA is such a good match to that of Amanita sp-amerifulva02. The fulva-like species we are finding seem considerably less common than the fulva-like entity we have called daimonioctantes in recent years.

Very best,

Rod

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