Amanita sychnopyramis: Forest of Pyramids Amanita
Technical description not yet available.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: (t.b.d.)According to Corner & Bas (1962), the spores measure 6.3 – 8.1 µm wide and are globose to subglobose and inamyloid. Clamps are not found at bases of basidia. Described from forest in Singapore, the species has also been reported from Malaya. Watercolors: Prof. E. J. H. Corner (Singapore, illustration from original description (Corner & Bas, 1962) reproduced by courtesy of Persoonia, Leiden, the Netherlands.)
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