species
pantherina

total names :: 19
A(2)
B(0)
C(0)
D(0)
E(0)
F(2)
G(1)
H(1)
I(0)
J(0)
K(0)
L(0)
M(1)
N(0)

O(0)
P(5)
Q(0)
R(0)
S(1)
T(0)
U(0)
V(1)
W(0)
X(0)
Y(0)
Z(0)
SP-(5)


 


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A

Amanita albocreata G. F. Atk. (detailed)
Amanita ameripanthera Tulloss & J. Lindgr. nom. prov. (detailed)

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F

Amanita flavopantherina Yang-Yang Cui, Qing Cai & Zhu L. Yang (incomplete)
Amanita frostiana var. pallidipes Peck insuff. known (detailed)

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G

Amanita griseopantherina Yang-Yang Cui, Qing Cai & Zhu L. Yang (incomplete)

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H

Amanita hallingiana Tulloss, Geml & G. M. Muell. nom. prov. (incomplete)

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M

Amanita multisquamosa Peck (detailed)

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P

Amanita pantherina (DC. : Fr.) Krombh. (detailed)
Amanita pantherina var. abietum (E.-J. Gilbert) Veselý (incomplete)
Amanita parvipantherina Zhu L. Yang, M. Weiss & Oberw. (detailed)
Amanita praecox Lamoureux nom. prov. (detailed)
Amanita pseudopantherina Zhu L. Yang ex Yang-Yang Cui, Qing Cai & Zhu L. Yang (incomplete)

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S

Amanita stranella E.-J. Gilbert & Snell insuff. known (detailed)

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V

Amanita velatipes G. F. Atk. (detailed)

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SP-

Amanita sp-AUS12 Tulloss & Kudzma cryptonom. temp. (incomplete)
Amanita sp-AZ07 Tulloss cryptonom. temp. (incomplete)
Amanita sp-HON02 Tulloss & G. M. Muell. cryptonom. temp. (incomplete)
Amanita sp-M20 Tulloss et al. cryptonom. temp. (incomplete)
Amanita sp-M22 Tulloss et al. cryptonom. temp. (incomplete)
Index:
A(2)
B(0)
C(0)
D(0)
E(0)
F(2)
G(1)
H(1)
I(0)
J(0)
K(0)
L(0)
M(1)
N(0)

O(0)
P(5)
Q(0)
R(0)
S(1)
T(0)
U(0)
V(1)
W(0)
X(0)
Y(0)
Z(0)
SP-(5)



 

**new** see as sporograph
**new** map of collections
Type species of Amanita series Pantherinae Neville & Poumarat: Amanita pantherina (DC. : Fr.) Krombh.

Comprising those taxa of Amanita sect. Amanita in which clamps are very rare on, or absent from, the bases of basidia, having a friable (although not pulverulent) universal veil that is usually deposited as an ocreate volva on the top of the stipe’s basal bulb at the join of the stipe and its bulb, not having hyphal connections between the universal veil and the pileipellis that persist long beyond the initiation of sporulation in the basidiome, and not bearing a membranous or submembranous limb on the stipe’s bulb.

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