4.vii.2014 W. Q. Deng & Z. P. Song s.n. (paratype, GDGM 44638)
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NOTE: Spore measurements in the present case use Yang's
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lamella edge tissue
protolog: Scattered. At
200–300 m elev. In
subtropical broad-leaved forests dominated by
GUANGDONG—Guangzhou City - Tianluhu
Mtn. [23°13′ N/ 113°25′ E, 226 m],
27.vi.2014 Y. W. Xia & X. P. Song s.n.
(holotype, GDGM 42374),
4.vii.2014 W. Q. Deng & Z. P. Song s.n.
(paratype, GDGM 44638).
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W. Q. Deng, T. H. Li and Hosen
Spore data for collections provisionally identified as: Amanita rufobrunnescens W. Q. Deng, T. H. Li and Hosen
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