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Amanita lesueurii and A. wadjukiorum (Basidiomycota), two new species from Western Australia, and an expanded description of A. fibrillopes

@article{Davison2013AmanitaLA,
  title={Amanita lesueurii and A. wadjukiorum (Basidiomycota), two new species from Western Australia, and an expanded description of A. fibrillopes},
  author={E. M. Davison and L. McGurk and N. L. Bougher and K. Syme and Elizabeth L. J. Watkin},
  journal={Nuytsia},
  year={2013},
  volume={23},
  pages={589-606}
}
Davison, E.M., McGurk, L.M., Bougher, N.L., Syme, K. & Watkin, E.L.J. Amanita lesueurii and A. wadjukiorum (Basidiomycota), two new species from Western Australia, and an expanded description of A. fibrillopes. Nuytsia 23: 589–606 (2013). 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… Expand

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