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New species of Amanita from the Dominican Republica, Greater AntillesAuthor(s): Orson K. Miller; Deborah Jean Lodge
Source: Mycotaxon. Vol. 79 (July/Sept. 2001): pages 289-306.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThree new species of Amanita are described from the Dominican Republic on the island of Hispaniola. One of the new species is in subgenus Lepidella section Amidella and two are in subgenus Amanita. One of the latter two species is in section Amanita, but the other cannot be placed below subgenus.
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CitationMiller, Orson K.; Lodge, Deborah Jean, 1953- 2001. New species of Amanita from the Dominican Republica, Greater Antilles. Mycotaxon. Vol. 79 (July/Sept. 2001): pages 289-306.
KeywordsPinus, Hispaniola, Amanita, Fungi, Basidiomycetes, Lepidella, tropical fungi, mycorrhizas, Pinus occidentalis, Agaricales, pine, Amidella, Lepidella, West Indian pine
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