Amanita lesueurii and A. wadjukiorum (Basidiomycota), two new species from Western Australia, and an expanded description of A. fibrillopes
MetadataShow full item record
Three species of Amanita Pers. are documented from Western Australia. Amanita lesueurii E.M. Davison is described from the mid-west region. It is distinguished by its small to medium fruiting bodies with a white pileus and white universal veil (both of which become vinaceous-buff or grey with age), white gills, short white stipe with a small obconicor turbinate bulb, white partial veil, amyloid, elongate to cylindrical spores, and no clamp connections. Amanita wadjukiorum E.M. Davison is described from the Perth metropolitan area. It has medium to large fruiting bodies with a cream pileus that ages milky coffee to snuff brown, a pale grey or buff universal veil that ages hazel to drab, cream gills, grey to buff stipe with a napiform or fusiform bulb, white to cream to vinaceous-buff partial veil that disappears with age, amyloid, ellipsoid to elongate spores and no clamp connections. Amanita fibrillopes O.K. Mill., which was previously only known from the type locality, is a widespread but misidentified species. It has small to large fruiting bodies with a pale peach to pale salmon pileus that rapidly ages cream, a white universal veil that rapidly ages buff or milky coffee, white gills that age buff, white or pale pink stipe with a spherical or obconic or tapered bulb, white or buff apical partial veil that disappears with age, inamyloid, ellipsoid to elongate spores and no clamp connections. A BLASTn search has shown that there are no exact matches of the nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region of each species with those in GenBank.
© Department of Parks and Wildlife 2013
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Korczynskyj, Dylan (2002)Australian grasstrees are a long-lived group of arborescent, monocotyledonous plants that persist in fire-prone landscapes. Renowned for their capacity to survive fire, and flower soon after, these species have long ...
Wade, N.; Smith, Roy; Degnan, B.; Hall, M. (2008)The transition from juvenile to adult in the Australian western rock lobster, Panulirus cygnus (George), is preceded by a mass migration from inshore nursery reefs to offshore breeding grounds. Associated with this migration ...
The influence of color on student emotion, heart rate, and performance in learning environments. Color Research & ApplicationSmith, Dianne; AL-Ayash, Aseel Abdulsalam Abdulrahman; Kane, Robert; Green-Armytage, Paul (2015)In this study, six colors (vivid red, vivid blue, vivid yellow, pale red, pale blue, and pale yellow†) were manipulated in a simulated study environment to determine their effects on university students' learning performance, ...