stirps
Brunnescens

stirps
Citrina

total names :: 17
A(2)
B(2)
C(3)
D(0)
E(0)
F(0)
G(0)
H(0)
I(0)
J(0)
K(0)
L(1)
M(3)
N(0)

O(0)
P(1)
Q(0)
R(0)
S(3)
T(0)
U(0)
V(0)
W(0)
X(0)
Y(0)
Z(0)
SP-(2)


 


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A

Amanita aestivalis Singer (detailed)
Amanita asteropus Sabo ex Romagn. (detailed)

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B

Amanita brunnescens G. F. Atk. (detailed)
Amanita brunnescens var. straminea E.-J. Gilbert insuff. known (detailed)

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C

Amanita castanea Thongbai, Tulloss, Raspé & K. D. Hyde (incomplete)
Amanita citrina var. grisea (Hongo) Hongo (detailed)
Amanita cornelihybrida K. W. Hughes, Tulloss & Rodríguez Caycedo nom. prov. (incomplete)

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L

Amanita lavendula (Coker) Tulloss, K. W. Hughes, Rodrig. Cayc., & Kudzma (incomplete)

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M

Amanita maculans (Murrill) Murrill (detailed)
Amanita mappa (Batsch) Fr. (detailed)
Amanita mappa var. tenuipes (Murrill) Murrill insuff. known (incomplete)

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P

Amanita porphyria Alb. & Schwein. : Fr. (detailed)

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S

Amanita sinocitrina Zhu L. Yang, Z. H. Chen & Z. G. Zhang (detailed)
Amanita solaniolens H. L. Stewart & Grund (detailed)
Amanita subphalloides (Murrill) Murrill insuff. known (detailed)

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SP-

Amanita sp-lavendula03 Tulloss, K. W. Hughes & Rodríguez Caycedo cryptonom. temp. cryptonom. temp. (incomplete)
Amanita sp-NW10 Tulloss cryptonom. temp. (incomplete)
Index:
A(2)
B(2)
C(3)
D(0)
E(0)
F(0)
G(0)
H(0)
I(0)
J(0)
K(0)
L(1)
M(3)
N(0)

O(0)
P(1)
Q(0)
R(0)
S(3)
T(0)
U(0)
V(0)
W(0)
X(0)
Y(0)
Z(0)
SP-(2)



 

**new** see as sporograph
**new** map of collections
Type species: Amanita mappae (Batsch) Fr.

Amanita series Mappae includes all and only those taxa of Amanita sect. Validae with precisely one of the following characters:

(1) a soft, compressible, submarginate to marginate bulb or

(2) a firm, distinctly abrupt, sometimes sumarginate bulb liable to vertical splitting during expansion of the basidiome.

Note: Remains of the friable universal veil may be present at the stem base or on the margins of marginate bulbs.  The series is presently separated into two morphologically and genetically supported stirpes.

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