As usual, we are adding data to the techtab first as
information is acquired. This species is another
of the group of "ringed ringless amanitas" that are
presently being discovered in the southeastern U.S.
Neither odor nor taste has yet been recorded.
This species is known only from Louisiana where it has
been found with Wateroak (Quercus nigra).—R. E. Tulloss, S. D. Russell, L. Wiedenfeld, and R. Warner
Tulloss, S. D. Russell & Wiedenfeld
Due to delays in data processing at GenBank, some accession numbers may lead to unreleased (pending) pages.
These pages will eventually be made live, so try again later.
lamella edge tissue
Solitary. Louisiana: At 14 m elev. Under
Liquidambar sytraciflua and Ulmus
with Quercus nigra nearby.