New species of Amanita from Western Australia

  title={New species of Amanita from Western Australia},
  author={O. K. Miller},
Eleven new species of Amanita, Amanitaceae, are described from the southern Eucalyptus-dominated forests of Western Australia. One distinctive species is referred to subgenus Amanita, section Amanita. The other 10 species are members of the subgenus Lepidella, 5 in section Lepidella, 2 in section Validae, and 3 in section Phalloidae. All 11 species were fruiting in native Eucalyptus forests from 247 km north of Perth to Albany, 424 km south of Perth, on the southern coast. Key words… Expand
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