Dataset: NY
Taxa: Inocybe rimosa (Agaricus schistus, Agmocybe rimosa, Gymnopus rimosus, Inocybe fastigiata, Inocybe pseudofastigiata, Inocybe schista, Inocybe umbrinella, Agaricus fastigiatus, Agaricus rimosus, Inocybe fastigiata f. alpina, Inocybe fastigiata f. argentata, Inocybe fastigiata f. umbrinella, Inocybe fastigiata subsp. umbrinella, Inocybe fastigiata var. umbrinella, Inocybe rimosa f. alpina, Inocybe rimosa f. argentata, Inocybe rimosa var. argentata, Inocybe rimosa var. rimosa, Inocybe rimosa var. umbrinella, Agaricus rimosus subsp. rimosus), Inocybe rimosa f. cerina, Inocybe rimosa f. rimosa, Inocybe rimosa f. squarrosa, Inocybe rimosa var. brasiliensis, Inocybe rimosa var. bulbosissima, Inocybe rimosa var. cerina, Inocybe rimosa var. cyanophylla, Inocybe rimosa f. marginatobulbosa
Search Criteria: New York; Suffolk; Long Island; Carol Capaldo; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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