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At ca. 1700 m elev. On clay soil of cloud forest.
Ectomycorrhizal trees reported from this forest include
Guapira obtusata and Cocoloba
BAHIA—Chapada da Diamantina, Abaíra,
Catolés de Cima, Serra do Barbado, Mata do Tijuquinho,
[13°16′74″ S/ 41°54′29″ W, 1757 m], 9.i.2015, F. Wartchow
et al. [Wartchow 01/2015] (holotype, JPB 60532).
—R. E. Tulloss
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"Brazilian Blue-Green Lepidella"
1. Amanita viridissima, Chapada da Diamantina, Abaíra, Catolés de Cima, Serra do Barbado, Mata do Tijuquinho, Bahia, Brazil. (holotype)
2. Amanita viridissima, Chapada da Diamantina, Abaíra, Catolés de Cima, Serra do Barbado, Mata do Tijuquinho, Bahia, Brazil. (holotype)
Dr. F. Wartchow - (1-2) Chapada da Diamantina, Abaíra, Catolés de Cima,
Serra do Barbado, Mata do Tijuquinho, Bahia, Brazil.
Spore data for collections provisionally identified as: Amanita viridissima Wartchow
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