1. Amanita vaginata var. livido-pallescens, Gillet's plate from 1898 reprint.
(Secr. ex Boud.) Kühn. & Romagn. 1931.
Les Amanites et la tribu des Amanitées:
≡Amanitopsis lividopallescens Secr. ex Boud. 1905.
Icones mycologicae 1-5: t. 6.
≡Amanita vaginata var. lividopallescens Gill.
Les hyménomycètes ou description de tous les
champignons (fungi) qui croissent en France avec
l'indication de leurs propriétés utiles ou
vénéneuses. (Ch. Thomas, Alençon):
unnumbered. [Note: Plate republished in 1898
edition ad Pl.32.—ed.]
non Amanita livida pallescens Secr.
Mycogr. Suisse 1: 32, no. 31. [Name of
specified rank (species) in suppressed work.
ICBN §32.8, App. V.]
[Note: It seemed to Dr. Bas (and seems to RET)
that Gillet and Boudier changed the characterization
of Secretan's entity. At this point that is
not relevant to the present species and its
name—although, if it is a correct interpretation
it might imply there is another species
(perhaps in Switzerland) that is presently going
The editors of this site owe a great debt to Dr. Cornelis Bas
whose famous cigar box files of Amanita nomenclatural information
gathered over three or more decades were made available to RET for computerization
and make up the lion's share of the nomenclatural information presented on this site.
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