This species is an occasionally rubescent taxon known
from South Africa
in association with introduced tree species. The
species is often referred to as "Amanita rubescens" or
"A. excelsa" in the field. As data is
accumulated for this species, it will be presented
on the technical tab of the present page.
—R. E. Tulloss
Tulloss et al.
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South Africa: Growing with introduced (North American)
GUATENG—City of Tshwane - Pretoria,
xi or xii.1998 Gerard Adams s.n.
(MSC ARUB.SA.98.A.04; RET 299-6, nrITS seq’d.), s.n.
(MSC ARUB.SA.98.A.01; RET 299-7, nrITS &
MPUMALANGA—Unk. Loc., 1998
G. Adams s.n. (MSC; RET 299-5, nrITS seq’d.).
UNKN. PROV.—Unk. Loc., 1999 Gerard
Adams 4 (MSC; RET 293-7, nrLSU seq’d.), G. Adams 5
(MSC; RET 293-8, nrITS & nrLSU seq’d.), G. Adams 6
(MSC; RET 293-9, nrLSU seq’d.), G. Adams 3 (MSC;
RET 293-10, nrITS & nrLSU seq’d.), G. Adams s.n.
(MSC; RET 294-2, nrITS & nrLSU seq’d.).
While the Roosevelt herbariium encocuntered this
species first in the cited material sent to us over
the years from South Africa, it seems likely that
the species is native to the northern Hemisphere
because its sequences have been posted
to GenBank from several locations in southern
Europe and Quercus is not native to South
—R. E. Tulloss
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