Dataset: NY
Taxa: Cortinarius cinnamomeus (Dermocybe cinnamomea, Flammula cinnamomea, Gomphos cinnamomeus, Agaricus cinnamomeus), Cortinarius cinnamomeus f. badia, Cortinarius cinnamomeus f. cinnamomeus, Cortinarius cinnamomeus f. fucatophyllus, Cortinarius cinnamomeus f. fulva, Cortinarius cinnamomeus f. fulvus, Cortinarius cinnamomeus subsp. cinnamomeus, Cortinarius cinnamomeus var. aurantiaca, Cortinarius cinnamomeus var. cinnamomeus, Cortinarius cinnamomeus var. conformis, Cortinarius cinnamomeus var. luteomarginatus, Cortinarius cinnamomeus var. lutescens
Search Criteria: New York; Suffolk; Long Island; Carol Capaldo; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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