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Amanita orientifulva Zhu L. Yang, M. Weiss & Oberwinkler
Sichuan: Xiangcheng Xian: Reda. Vicinity of the town of Reda. Dry slopes with cut over forest of Quercus, Pinus, Berberis, Cotoneaster. 29°6'11"N, 99°37'55"E; 3450-3650 m.
On ground under Quercus at 3600 m. Pileus 8-11 cm in diam., convex, indistinctly umbonate, brown at disc, becoming fulvous towards margin; margin striate (R=12/55, 16/70, 12/40). Lamellae free, white; edge white. Stipe 15-20 x 1.5-2.5 cm, on whitish background densely covered with yellowish brown squamules. Volva at stipe base 4-6 x 2.5-3.5 cm, inner surface whitish, outer surface whitish, often with rusty spots. With slides and line drawings. Cited: Mycologia 96: 643-645. 2004.
Z. L. Yang
2344 16 July 1998
 
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