stirps
Concentrica

stirps
Frostiana

stirps
Muscaria

stirps
Orientigemmata

stirps
Subglobosa

total names :: 18
A(0)
B(0)
C(2)
D(0)
E(0)
F(1)
G(1)
H(0)
I(1)
J(0)
K(0)
L(0)
M(4)
N(0)

O(1)
P(1)
Q(0)
R(1)
S(2)
T(0)
U(0)
V(0)
W(0)
X(0)
Y(0)
Z(0)
SP-(4)


 


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C

Amanita chrysoblema (white variant) G. F. Atk. in Kauffman (incomplete)
Amanita concentrica T. Oda, C. Tanaka & Tsuda (detailed)

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F

Amanita frostiana (Peck) Sacc. (detailed)

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G

Amanita gioiosa S. Curreli (detailed)

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I

Amanita ibotengutake T. Oda, C. Tanaka & Tsuda (detailed)

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M

Amanita muscaria (L. : Fr.) Lam. (detailed)
Amanita muscaria subsp. flavivolvata Singer (detailed)
Amanita muscaria var. guessowii Veselý (detailed)
Amanita muscaria var. inzengae Neville & Poumarat (incomplete)

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O

Amanita orientigemmata Zhu L. Yang & Yoshim. Doi (detailed)

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P

Amanita persicina (Dav. T. Jenkins) Tulloss & Geml (detailed)

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R

Amanita regalis (Fr.) Michael (detailed)

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S

Amanita subfrostiana Zhu L. Yang (detailed)
Amanita subglobosa Zhu L. Yang (detailed)

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SP-

Amanita sp-LG1045 Tulloss, Geml, & Grubisha cryptonom. temp. (incomplete)
Amanita sp-LG458 Tulloss, Geml & Grubisha cryptonom. temp. (incomplete)
Amanita sp-LG862 Tulloss, Geml & Grubisha cryptonom. temp. (incomplete)
Amanita sp-WY01 Tulloss cryptonom. temp. (incomplete)
Index:
A(0)
B(0)
C(2)
D(0)
E(0)
F(1)
G(1)
H(0)
I(1)
J(0)
K(0)
L(0)
M(4)
N(0)

O(1)
P(1)
Q(0)
R(1)
S(2)
T(0)
U(0)
V(0)
W(0)
X(0)
Y(0)
Z(0)
SP-(4)



 

**new** see as sporograph
**new** map of collections
The type for this autonymic taxon will be that of the genus: Amanita muscaria.

N.B.: The name of this taxon will be an autonym generated by the publication of other taxa at the same rank in Amanita.  Such taxa are provisional and being evaluated presently by RET and ZLY.

Amanita series Amanita is proposed to comprise all and only those taxa of A. subsect. Amanita that have medium to large basidiomes and bear friable (infrequently subfloccose), irregular warts on the pileus, multiple rings of limbus internus material (very infrequently cohering in a ocreate volva or, in an exceptional taxon, leaving few remnants) on the lower stipe and/or the upper third of the stipe’s basal bulb; and broadly ellipsoid to ellipsoid to elongate spores.   This application should be considered to be "in the sense of Tulloss and Zhu L. Yang."

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