Amanita Bibliography

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  • Aco sta, S. and G. Guzmán. 1984. The known mushrooms from the state of Zacatecas (Mexico). Bol. Soc. Mex. Micol. 19: 125-158.
  • Aro che, R. M., J. Cifuentes and F. Lorea. 1984. Distribution, biology, and confirmation of Amanita phalloides in Mexico. presentation to MSA 1984 Annual Meeting, August 4-9, 1984.
  • Aro che, R. M., J. Fuentes, F. Lorea, P. Fuentes, J. Bonavides, H. Galicia, E. Menéndez, O. Aguilar and V. Valenzuela. 1984. Toxic and edible mushrooms in a community of the Valley of Mexico. Bol. Soc. Mex. Micol. 19: 291-318.
  • Aro che, R. M., M. Villegas, J. Cifuentes, F. Lorea and J. Bonavides. 1984. New data on the distribution and taxonomy of Amanita phalloides in Mexico. Bol. Soc. Mex. Micol. 19: 275-281.
  • Atk inson, G. F. 1918. Preliminary notes on some new species of agarics. Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. 52: 354-356.
  • Ban dala-Muñoz, V. M., G. Guzmán and L. Montoya-Bello. 1988. Especies de macromicetos citadas de México, VII. Agaricales, parte II (1972-1987). Rev. Mex. Micol. 4: 205-250.
  • Bas , C. 1965. The genus Squamanita. Persoonia 3: 331-359.
  • Bas , C. 1969. Morphology and subdivision of Amanita and a monograph of its section Lepidella.Persoonia 5: 285-579.
  • Bas , C. 1975. A comparison of Torrendia (Gasteromycetes) with Amanita (Agaricales). Studies on the Higher Fungi. H. Bigelow & H. D. Thiers, ed. Beih. Nova Hedwigia 51: 53-60, pl. 11.
  • Bas , C. 1978. Studies in Amanita—I. Some species from Amazonia. Persoonia 10: 1-22.
  • Bas , C. 1982. Studies in Amanita—II. Persoonia 11: 429-442.
  • Bas , C. 1984. On the correct name of `Amanita inaurata Secr.’ Persoonia 12: 192-193.
  • Bas , C. 2000. Una visione più ampia sulle Amanita. Boll. Gruppo G. Bresadola 43(2): 9-12. [In Italian with English translation.]
  • Bas , C. and A. A. R. de Meijer. 1993. Amanita grallipes, a new species in Amanita subsectionVittadiniae from southern Brazil. Persoonia 15: 345-350.
  • Bas , C. and S.-I. Hatanaka. 1984. An undescribed species of Amanita section Lepidella from Japan.Persoonia 12. 321-325.
  • Bas , C., Th. W. Kuyper, M. E. Noordeloos, and E. C. Vellinga. 1988. Flora Agaricina Neerlandica 1. vi-ii+ 182 pp.
  • Bas , C., Th. W. Kuyper, M. E. Noordeloos, and E. C. Vellinga. 1990. Flora Agaricina Neerlandica 2. vi+137 pp.
  • Bea rdslee, H. C. 1919. A new species of Amanita. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 34: 198-199.
  • Bee li, M. 1935. Flore iconographique des champignons du Congo. Amanita. (Jard. Bot. État, Bruxelles): 27 pp. + 4 pls..
  • Bea rdslee, H. C.. 1936. A new Amanita and notes on Boletus subalbellus. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc.52: 105-106 & pl. 14.
  • Bha tt, R. P., R. E. Tulloss, K. C. Semwal, V. K. Bhatt, J.-M. Moncalvo and S. L. Stephenson. 2003. Amanitaceae reported from India. A critically annotated checklist. Mycotaxon 88: 249-270.
  • Boe dijn, K. B. 1951. Notes on Indonesian fungi. The genus Amanita. Sydowia 5(3-6): 317-327.
  • Che n, Z. H., Z. L. Yang and Z. G. Zhang. 2001. Three noteworthy Amanitae of subgenus Lepidella from China. Mycotaxon 79: 275-284.
  • Chi nchilla S., E. F. and E. Pérez-Silva. 1987 (1986). Consideraciones taxonómicas sobre Amanita verna (Agaricales) de México. Anales Inst. Biol. Univ. Nac. Auton. Mexico Bot. 57: 37-43.
  • Cif uentes Blanco, J., M. Villegas Ríos, and L. Pérez Ramírez. 1985. Description of macrofungi little known in Mexico. Rev. Mex. Micol. 1: 413-422.
  • ___ __, ___, and ___. 1993. Hongos macroscópicos. Historia Natural del Parque Ecologico Estatal Omiltemi, Chilpancingo, Guerrero, México. I. Luna Vega & U. J. Llorente Bousquets, eds. (CONA-BIO-UNAM): 59-126.
  • Cle land, J. B. 1924. Australian fungi: notes and descriptions—No. 5. Trans. Roy. Soc. South Australia48: 236-252.
  • ___ __. 1927. Australian fungi: notes and descriptions—No. 6. Trans. Roy. Soc. South Australia 51: 298-306.
  • ___ __. 1931. Australian fungi: notes and descriptions—No. 8. Trans. Roy. Soc. South Australia 55: 152-160.
  • ___ __. 1933. Australian fungi: notes and descriptions—No. 9. Trans. Roy. Soc. South Australia 57: 187-194.
  • ___ __. 1934. Toadstools and mushrooms and other larger fungi of South Australia. Harrison Weir, Adelaide. 178 pp.
  • ___ __ & E. Cheel. 1914. The Hymenomycetes of New South Wales. Agric. Gaz. New South Wales 25: 885-888, 1045-1049.
  • ___ __ & ___. 1919. Australian fungi: notes and descriptions—No. 3. Trans. Roy. Soc. South Australia43: 262-315, pl. xxviii-xxix.
  • ___ __ & ___. 1923. Australian fungi: notes and descriptions—No. 4. Trans. Roy. Soc. South Australia47: 58-78.
  • Cok er, W. C. 1917. The amanitas of the eastern United States. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 33: i + 1-88.
  • ___ __. 1927. New or noteworthy basidiomycetes. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 43: 129-145.
  • Col e, M., B. Fuhrer & A. Holland. 1984. A Field Guide to the Common Genera of Gilled Fungi in Australia. Inkata Press, Melbourne. revised edition. 11 pp. & pl.
  • Coo ke, M. C. 1889. New Australian fungi. Grevillea 18: 1f., 30-31, 72f., 113f.
  • Cor ner, E. J. H. 1947. Variation in the size and shape of spores, basidia and cystidia in basidiomycetes. New Phytologist 46: 195-228.
  • Cor ner, E. J. H. and C. Bas. 1962. The genus Amanita in Singapore and Malaya. Persoonia 2: 241-304.
  • Fra iture, A. 1993. Les amanitopsis d’Europe (genre Amanita, Agaricales, Fungi). Synthèse critique de la littérature. Opera Bot. Belg. 5: 1-130.
  • Gen tilli, J. 1953. Amanitas from King’s Park, Perth. W. Austral. Naturalist 4(2-3): 25-34, 59-63.
  • Gil bert, J.-E. 1940 & 1941. Amanitaceae. Iconogr. Mycol. (Milan) 27. xx+427 pp. + pl.
  • Gis pert, M., O. Nava and J. Cifuentes. 1984. Comparative study of the popular knowledge of macrofungi in two human communities from Sierra del Ajusco, Mexico. Bol. Soc. Mex. Micol. 19: 253-273.
  • Grg urinovic, C. A. 1997. Larger fungi of South Australia (Bot. Gard. Adelaide, State Herbarium, & Fl. Fauna S. Austral. Handbook Comm., Adelaide). vi+725 pp.
  • Guz mán, G. 1975. New and interesting species of Agaricales in Mexico. Studies on the Higher Fungi.H. Bigelow & H. D. Thiers, ed. Beih. Nova Hedwigia 51: 99-118 + pl. 24-30.
  • ___ __. 1980. Identificación de los hongos. 2nd reprinting. (Limusa, México, D.F.). xii+452 pp.
  • ___ __. 1981. Distribution of Amanita nauseosa. Mycotaxon 12: 522-524.
  • ___ __. 1982. New species of fungi from the Yucatan Peninsula. Mycotaxon 16: 249-262.
  • ___ __. 1983. Los hongos de la península de Yucatán. II. Nuevas exploraciones y adiciones micológicas. Biótica 8: 71-100.
  • ___ __. 1987. A special case of a mortal poisoning by mushrooms in the State of Veracruz (Mexico).Rev. Mex. Micol. 3: 203-209.
  • ___ __ and L. Villarreal. 1984. Studies of fungi, lichens and myxomycetes from Cofre de Perote, Ver-acruz, I: Introduction to the mycoflora of the region. Bol. Soc. Mex. Micol. 19: 107-124.
  • ___ __ and F. Ramírez-Guillén. 2001. The Amanita caesarea-complex. Biblioth. Mycol. 187: 1-66.
  • Guz mán-Dávalos, L. and F. Trujillo Flores. 1984. Fungi from the state of Jalisco, IV. New records. Bol. Soc. Mex. Micol. 19: 319-326.
  • Hal len, H. E., G. C. Adams and A. Eicker. 2002. Amatoxins and phallotoxins in indigenous and introduced South African Amanita species. S. African J. Bot. 68: 322-326.
  • Ham ly, D. H. 1949. The Ridgway color standards with a Munsell notation key. J. Optic. Soc. Amer. 39: 592-599. [See Ridgway (1912), below.]
  • Her rera, T. and E. Pérez-Silva. 1984. Descripcion de algunas especies del genero Amanita. Bol. Soc. Mex. Micol. 19: 265-273.
  • Hut chison, L. J., R. C. Summerbell and D. W. Malloch. 1988. Additions to the mycota of North America and Québec: arctic and boreal species from Schefferville, Northern Québec. Naturaliste Canad. 115: 39-56.
  • Hon go, T. 1953. Larger fungi of the provinces of Omi and Yamashiro 4. J. Jap. Bot. 28: 69-75.
  • ___ __. 1957. Notes on Japanese larger fungi 10. J. Jap. Bot. 32: 141-146.
  • ___ __. 1959. The Agaricales of Japan I—(1). Mem. Fac. Liberal Arts Shiga Univ., Pt. 2, Nat. Sci. 9: 47-94.
  • ___ __. 1961. On some agarics of Japan 4. Mem. Fac. Liberal Arts Shiga Univ., Pt. 2, Nat. Sci. 11: 39-42.
  • ___ __. 1967. Notulae Mycologicae (6). Mem. Fac. Liberal Arts Shiga Univ., Pt. 2, Nat. Sci. 17: 89-95.
  • ___ __. 1969. Notes on Japanese larger fungi (20). J. Jap. Bot. 44(8): 230-238.
  • ___ __. 1970. Notulae Mycologicae (9). Mem. Fac. Educ. Shiga Univ., Nat. Sci. 20: 49-54.
  • ___ __. 1971. Notulae Mycologicae (10). Mem. Fac. Educ. Shiga Univ., Nat. Sci. 21: 62-68.
  • ___ __. 1974. Two new species of Amanita from Castanopsis forests in Japan. Travaux mycologiques dédiés à R. Kühner. Bull. Soc. Linn. Lyon: 189-193.
  • ___ __. 1974. Notulae mycologicae (13). Mem. Fac. Educ. Shiga Univ., Nat. Sci. 24: 44-51.
  • ___ __. 1975. Notulae mycologicae (14). Mem. Fac. Educ. Shiga Univ., Nat. Sci. 25: 56-63.
  • ___ __. 1977. Notulae mycologicae (15). Mem. Fac. Educ. Shiga Univ., Nat. Sci. 27: 20-25.
  • ___ __. 1978. Materials for the fungus flora of Japan (28). Trans. Mycol. Soc. Japan 19: 455-456.
  • ___ __. 1982. The amanitas of Japan. Acta Phytotax. Geobot. 33: 116-126.
  • ___ __. 1983. Notulae mycologicae (18). Mem. Fac. Educ. Shiga Univ., Nat. Sci. 33: 37-41.
  • ___ __ and K. Yokoyama. 1978. Mycofloristic ties of Japan to the continents. Mem. Shiga Univ. 28: 76-80.
  • Ima i, S. 1933. Studies on the Agaricaceae of Japan I. Volvate agarics in Hokkaido. Bot. Mag. (Tokyo).47: 423-32.
  • ___ __. 1938. Studies in the Agaricaceae of Hokkaido. I. J. Fac. Agric. Hokkaido Univ. 43: 1-31.
  • ___ __. 1939. Studia agaricacearus Japonicarum. I. Bot. Mag. (Tokyo) 53: 392-399.
  • Ima zeki, R. and T. Hongo. 1957. Coloured illustrations of fungi of Japan. Osaka. 1: viii+181 pp. [In Japanese.]
  • ___ __ and ___. 1965. Coloured illustrations of fungi of Japan. Osaka. 2: x+239 pp. [In Japanese.]
  • ___ __ and ___. 1987. Colored illustrations of mushrooms of Japan 1. (Hoikusha, Osaka). viii+325 pp., 72 pl. [In Japanese.]
  • ___ __, Y. Otani and T. Hongo. 1988. Fungi of Japan. (Yama-Kei, Tokyo). 624 pp. [In Japanese.]
  • ___ __ and S. Toki. 1955. Contribution to the knowledge of Japanese Agaricales (I). Bull. Gov. Forest. Exp. Sta. 79: 1-14.
  • Ing alls, D. H. H. 1991. Remarks on Mr. Wasson’s Soma. J. Amer. Orient. Soc. 91(2): 188-191.
  • Ito , S. 1959. Mycological flora of Japan. (Yokando, Tokyo). 2(5): iv+658 pp.
  • Jac kson, H. A. C. 1979. Mr. Jackson’s mushrooms. M. Cazort, ed. (National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa). 161 pp.
  • Jen kins, D. T. 1977. A taxonomic and nomenclatural study of the genus Amanita section Amanita for North America. Biblioth. Mycol. 57: 126 pp.
  • Jen kins, D. T. 1978a. A study of Amanita types. I. Taxa described by C. H. Peck. Mycotaxon 7 23-44.
  • Jen kins, D. T. 1978b. A study of Amanita types II. A. ocreata Peck. Mycotaxon 7: 371-372.
  • Jen kins, D. T. 1979. A study of Amanita types. III. Taxa described by W. A. Murrill. Mycotaxon 10: 175-200.
  • Jen kins, D. T. 1982. A study of Amanita types IV. Taxa described by G. F. Atkinson. Mycotaxon 14: 237-246.
  • Jen kins, D. T. 1986. Amanita of North America (Mad River, Eureka). 1998 pp.
  • Jen kins, D. T. and R. H. Petersen. 1976. A neotype specimen for Amanita muscaria. Mycologia 68: 463-469.
  • Jus tice, J. 1984. Arkansas’ mushroom. Arkansas Naturalist 2(5): 1-3.
  • Knu dsen, H. and T. Borgen. 1987. Agaricaceae, Amanitaceae, Boletaceae, Gomphidiaceae, Paxillaceae and Pluteaceae in Greenland. in: Laursen, G. A., J. F. Ammirati and S. A. Redhead, eds. Arctic and alpine mycology II.(Plenum, New York): 235-253.
  • Kor nerup, A. and J. H. Wanscher. 1978. Methuen handbook of colour. (Methuen, London). 252 pp.
  • Kot laba, F. and Z. Pouzar. 1964. ?. Feddes Rep. 69: 131-142. [n.v.]
  • Kul karni, S. M. 1992. Amanita konkanensis: a new species of Agaricales. Biovigyanam 18(1): 56-58.
  • Kum ar, A., T. N. Lahkanpal and S. L. Stephenson. 1990. Ecological studies of some macrofungi in the northwestern Himalayas. Nova Hedwigia 50 (3-4): 535-547.
  • ___ __, R. P. Bhatt and T. N. Lahkanpal. 1990. The Amanitaceae of India. (Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun). x+160 pp.
  • Laf errière, J. E. 1991. Mountain Pima ethnomycology. J. Ethnobiol. 11: 159-160.
  • ___ __ and R. L. Gilbertson. 1992. Fungi of Nabogame, Chihuahua, Mexico. Mycotaxon 44: 73-87.
  • Lin dgren, J. E. 1998a. Amanitas of the Pacific Northwest. (N. Amer. Mycol. Assoc.). 10 pp. [Slide presentation script.]
  • Lin dgren, J. E. 1998b. ??
  • Log emann, H., J. Argueta, G. Guzmán, L. Montoya Bello, V. M. Bandala Muñoz, and R. de León Chocooj. 1987. Envenenamiento mortal por hongos en Guatemala. Rev. Mex. Micol. 3: 211-216.
  • Lóp ez Ramírez, M. A. 1981. Hongos comestibles de la región de Xalapa, Veracruz. thesis for professional license in biology. 52 pp. + 6 tbl. + 22 pl.
  • Mao , Xiao-lan. 1990. Taxonomic study on the genus Amanita from Xizang, China. Acta Mycol. Sin. 9(3): 206-217.
  • Mao , Xiao-lan. 1991. Distribution patterns of Amanita in Xizang (Tibet). Acta Mycol. Sin. 10 (4): 288-295.
  • Mar chand, A. 1972. Champignons du nord et du midi. (Soc. Mycol. Pyrénées Médit., Perpignan). 1: 282 pp. [I find the spore measurements and other microscopic data in this work to be more in concert with my own observations than such data in other European works aimed at the general public.]
  • ___ __. 1973. Champignons du nord et du midi. (Soc. Mycol. Pyrénées Médit., Perpignan). 2: 273 pp.
  • Mar r, C. D. 1979. Laccase and tyrosinase oxidation of spot test reagents. Mycotaxon 9: 244-276.
  • ___ __, D. W. Grund and K. A. Harrison. 1986. The taxonomic potential of laccase and tyrosinase spot tests. Mycologia 78: 169-184.
  • Mat suda, I. and T. Hongo. 1955. Larger fungi from the sand dunes in Niigata-Prefecture (1). J. Jap. Bot.30(5): 148-153(?).
  • Mil ler, O. K., Jr. 1992 [“1991”]. New species of Amanita from Western Australia. Canad. J. Bot. 69: 2692-2703.
  • ___ __. 1992. Three new species of Amanita from Western Australia. Mycologia 84(5): 679-686.
  • ___ __ , D. J. Lodge and T. J. Baroni. 2000. New and interesting ectomycorrhizal fungi from Puerto Rico, Mona, and Guana Islands. Mycologia 92: .
  • ___ __ and ___. 2001. New species of Amanita from the Dominican Republic, Greater Antilles.Mycotaxon 79: 289-306.
  • Mon tiel-Arcos, E., L. López, and G. Guzmán. 1984. El genero Amanita en el Estado de Morelos.Biótica 9(3): 223-242.
  • Mor ales-Torres, E., M. Villegas, J. Cifuentes and R. E. Tulloss. 1999. Revision of Amanita alexandri and its similarity to Amanita polypyramis. Mycotaxon 73: 477-491.
  • Mor eno Fuentes, A. 1993. Estudio fungístico de los macromicetos en el Municipio de Bocoyna, Chihuahua, México. tésis profesional, Facultad de Ciencias, UNAM. 73 pp.
  • Mun sell Color. 1975. Munsell soil color charts. Baltimore. unpaginated.
  • Nag asawa, E. and T. Hongo. 1984. New taxa of Amanita: Three new species and one new form from western Japan. Trans. Mycol. Soc. Japan 25: 367-376.
  • ___ __ and ___. 1985. Some agarics from the San-in District, Japan. Mem. Nat. Sci. Mus., Tokyo 18: 73-88.
  • ___ __ and S. Mitani. 2000. A new species of Amanita section Lepidella from Japan. Mem. Nat. Sci. Mus., Tokyo 32: 93-97.
  • Nev ille, P. and S. Poumarat. 2001. Amanita proxima Dumée, una specie tossica vicina a A. ovoidea(Bull.:Fr.) Link. Micologo 33(100): 12-21.
  • Oda , T., C. Tanaka and M. Tsuda. 2000. Amanita sinensis, new to Japan and Nepal. Mycoscience 41: 403-405.
  • Oda , T., C. Tanaka, and M. Tsuda. 2001. Amanita imazekii—a new species in Amanita sectionCaesarea. Mycologia 93: 1231-1234.
  • Peg ler, D. N. 1986. Agaric Flora of Sri Lanka. Kew Bull. Addit. Series 12: 1-vi, 1-519.
  • Peg ler, D. N. and D. Shah-Smith. 1997. The genus Amanita (Amanitaceae, Agaricales) in Zambia.Mycotaxon 61: 389-417.
  • Pen g, Y.-b. and L.-h. Liu. 1981. A new species of Amanita. Acta Microbiol. Sin. 21: 152-153, pl. I.
  • Pér ez-Silva, E. and R. M. Aroche Alfonso. 1983. Chromatographic and taxonomic evaluation of Amanita citrina (Agaricales). Mycologia 75: 1030-1035.
  • ___ __ and T. Herrera. 1991. Iconografía de macromicetos de México. Publicaciones especiales 6. (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Instituto de Biología). 136 pp.
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  • Pet ch, T. 1910. Revisions of Ceylon fungi 2. Ann. Roy. Bot. Gard. Peradeniya 4: 373-444.
  • ___ __. 1924. Revisions of Ceylon fungi 7. Ann. Roy. Bot. Gard. Peradeniya 9: 119-184.
  • Pom erleau, R. 1966. Les amanites du Québec. Naturaliste Canad. 93: 861-887.
  • ___ __. 1980. Flore des champignons au Québec. (Les Editions La Presse, Montréal). xvi+653 pp.
  • ___ __. 1984. A propos du nom scientifique de l’oronge américaine. Naturaliste Canad. 111: 329-330.
  • Pur ushothama, K. B. and K. Natarajan. 1987. Amanita flavofloccosa—an addition to Indian agaric flora.Curr. Sci. 56: 1073-1074.
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  • Rei d, D. A. 1978. New species of Amanita (fungi) from Australia. Victorian Naturalist 95: 47-49.
  • ___ __. 1980. A monograph of the Australian species of Amanita Persoon ex Hooker (Fungi). Austral. J. Bot. Suppl. Ser. 8: 1-96.
  • ___ __. 1987. New or interesting records of British hymenomycetes VII. Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edinburgh 44(3): 503-540.
  • Rid gway, R. 1912. Color standards and color nomenclature. (Published by the author, Washington, D. C.). iv+44 pp. + 43 pl.
  • Rid ley, G. S. 1991. The New Zealand species of Amanita (Fungi: Agaricales). Austral. Sys. Bot. 4: 325-354.
  • ___ __. 1993 Limacella macrospora Stevenson and L. wheroparaonea, a new species, from New Zealand (Fungi, Agaricales, Amanitaceae). Austral. Sys. Bot. 6: 155-159.
  • Rod ríguez-Scherzer, G. and L. Guzmán-Dávalos. 1984. The higher fungi from the Biosphere Reserves of Michilia and Mapimi, State of Durango (Mexico). Bol. Soc. Mex. Micol. 19: 159-168.
  • Rom agnesi, H. 1984. Contribution à la solution du problème d’Amanita verna Bull. Bull. Trimestriel Soc. Mycol. France 100(2): 237-241.
  • San tiago, C., J. Cifuentes, and M. Villegas. 1984. Contribution to the knowledge of Amanita subgenusAmanita in Mexico. Bol. Soc. Mex. Micol. 19: 93-105.
  • San tiago-Martínez, G., A. Kong-Luz, A. Montoya Esquivel, and A. Estrada-Torres. 1990. Micobiota del Estado de Tlaxcala. Rev. Mex. Micol. 6: 227-243.
  • Sat he, A. V. and J. Daniel. 1980. Agaricales (Mushrooms) of Kerala State in Agaricales of South West India. A. V. Sathe, S. Deshpande, S. M. Kulkarni and J. Daniel, eds. (Maharashtra Assoc. for the Cultivation of Science, Pune): 75-108.
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  • ___ __ and ___ 1980. Agaricales (Mushrooms) of Maharashtra State in Agaricales of South West India.A. V. Sathe, S. Deshpande, S. M. Kulkarni and J. Daniel, eds. (Maharashtra Assoc. for the Cultivation of Science, Pune): 9-42. [n.v.]
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  • Tul loss, R. E. 1989. Amanita ristichii: a new species from New England with basidia dominantly 2-spored. Mycotaxon 35: 363-369.
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  • Tul loss, R. E. 1991. Amanita morrisii—history, taxonomy, and distribution. Mycotaxon 40: 281-286.
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  • Tul loss, R. E. and J. E. Lindgren. 1994. Amanita novinupta—a rubescent, white species from the western United States and southwestern Canada. Mycotaxon 51: 179-190.
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