Dataset: NY
Taxa: Cuphophyllus virgineus (Hygrocybe virginea, Hygrocybe virginea var. fuscescens, Hygrocybe virginea var. ochraceopallida, Hygrocybe virginea var. virginea, Hygrophorus subradiatus, Hygrophorus subradiatus subsp. lacmus), Hygrocybe virginea, Hygrocybe virginea var. virginea (Hygrocybe virginea, Hygrocybe nivea, Hygrophorus niveus, Hygrophorus virgineus, Omphalia virginea, Camarophyllus virgineus f. roseipes, Camarophyllus virgineus var. niveus, Cuphophyllus niveus f. roseipes, Hygrophorus virgineus var. roseipes), Cuphophyllus virgineus var. cereopallidus, Cuphophyllus virgineus var. virgineus, Hygrocybe virginea var. fuscescens (Hygrocybe fuscescens, Hygrophorus fuscescens, Camarophyllus virgineus var. fuscescens, Hygrocybe nivea var. fuscescens, Hygrophorus niveus var. fuscescens), Hygrocybe virginea var. ochraceopallida (Hygrocybe ochraceopallida, Camarophyllus virgineus var. ochraceopallidus), Hygrocybe virginea f. virginea
Search Criteria: New York; Suffolk; Long Island; Carol Capaldo; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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