stirps
Lanivolva

stirps
Wellsii

subsect.
Amanita

subsect.
Amanitella

subsect.
Gemmatae

subsect.
Pantherinae

subsect.
Rubrovolvatae

total names :: 8
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nom. prov. :: 8

(detailed) :: 2
(incomplete) :: 6

A(2)
B(0)
C(0)
D(0)
E(0)
F(0)
G(0)
H(2)
I(0)
J(0)
K(0)
L(0)
M(0)
N(0)

O(0)
P(2)
Q(0)
R(0)
S(1)
T(1)
U(0)
V(0)
W(0)
X(0)
Y(0)
Z(0)


 


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A

Amanita ameripanthera Tulloss, J. Lindgr., Kudzma, S. D. Russell, Haelew. & Geml nom. prov. (detailed)
Amanita austrowellsii Tulloss et al. nom. prov. (incomplete)

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H

Amanita hallingiana Tulloss, Geml & G. M. Muell. nom. prov. (incomplete)
Amanita hormaniorum Tulloss, Kudzma, et al. nom. prov. (incomplete)

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P

Amanita praecox Lamoureux nom. prov. (detailed)
Amanita pseudobreckonii N. Siegel and C. F. Schwarz nom. prov. (incomplete)

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S

Amanita subvelatipes Tulloss, Haelewaters, Geml, & K. W. Hughes nom. prov. (incomplete)

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T

Amanita tlaxcalipanthera Tulloss, Haelew., Geml, S. D. Russell and A. Kong nom. prov. (incomplete)
Index:
A(2)
B(0)
C(0)
D(0)
E(0)
F(0)
G(0)
H(2)
I(0)
J(0)
K(0)
L(0)
M(0)
N(0)

O(0)
P(2)
Q(0)
R(0)
S(1)
T(1)
U(0)
V(0)
W(0)
X(0)
Y(0)
Z(0)



 

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The type species of this autonymic taxon is the type of the genus.

Amanita sect. Amanita comprises all and only those taxa of A. subgenus Amanita that during development have the future basidiome placed eccentrically upward in the primordium.  This usually results in the mature basidiome have a bulb at the base of the stipe.  Exceptions occur in those species in which the basal bulb narrows as the stipe lengthens and widens.  Amanita aprica is an example of a species in the present section in which the latter post-primordial development diminishes the stipe's basal bulb.

A number of the taxa in this section contain compounds causing the Pantherine Syndrome in humans and other animals.

The supraspecific subdivisions provided for this section should all be considered provisional (in most cases the names are not published).  The systematics of the section is under study morphologically by RET and ZLY.  The subdivisions presented at the present time will undoubtedly be subject to extensive revision. 

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