3.vii.1991 H. H. Miller s.n. [O. K. Miller 23825] (paratype, VPI VTMH-411)
Justo et al. (2010), Biology Department, Clark University, Worcester, Mass.
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The following information relies entirely upon the protolog of the present species.
from protolog: The basidiome of A. pseudoinculta is secotioid. The species was discovered and described during the revision of the genera Amarrendia and Torrendia by Justo et al. (2010).
from protolog: 4 - 10 mm broad, hemispheric, sometimes slightly depressed at center at maturity, not disintegrating; context white; universal veil as patches in young specimens.
from protolog: up to 0.7 mm thick, smooth or granular, whitish.
from protolog: at first subgelatinous, divided into numerous irregular locules, whitish.
from protolog: 10 - 35 × 2 - 7 mm, cylindric or narrowing slightly downward, whitish, usually covered with fibrils and/or scales; context white; universal veil saccate, membranous, whitish.
from protolog: Odor and taste indistinct.
from protolog: not gelatinized, layered; with lower layer including inflated cells globose to ovoid to irregular, up to 35 (-45) μm wide; filamentous undifferentiated hyphae 2.0 - 10.0 μm wide, [perhaps in both observed layers?? or only in the upper layer??—ed.].
from protolog: On sandy soil near Allocasuarina humilis and Eucalyptus.
from protolog: AUSTRALIA: WESTERN AUSTRALIA—Shire of Dandaragan - Mullering Brook, Brand Hwy., ca. 206 km N of Perth, 3.vii.1991 L. & M. Bailey & O. K. & H. H. Miller [O. K. Miller 25066] (holotype, VPI VTMH-555), [O. K. Miller 25094] (paratype, VPI VTMH-366), [O. K. Miller 25070] (paratype, VPI VTMH-558), H. H. Miller s.n. [O. K. Miller 23825] (paratype, VPI VTMH-411).
For the time being, especially because of the author's view that the most closely related known taxon is Amanita inculta, in these pages, the present taxon will be placed in Amanita stirps Grandis.
—R. E. Tulloss
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