Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pluteus cervinus (Agaricus atricapillus, Agaricus cervinus, Agaricus curtisii, Agaricus pluteus, Hyporrhodius cervinus, Pluteus atricapillus, Pluteus bullii, Pluteus eximius, Rhodosporus cervinus, Agaricus cervinus var. bullii, Agaricus cervinus var. eximius, Agaricus pluteus var. pluteus, Pluteus cervinus subsp. eximius, Pluteus cervinus var. bullii, Pluteus cervinus var. cervinus, Pluteus cervinus var. eximius, Pluteus cervinus var. rigens, Pluteus cervinus var. albipes), Pluteus cervinus subsp. cervinus, Pluteus cervinus subsp. petasatus, Pluteus cervinus subsp. rigens, Pluteus cervinus var. albus, Pluteus cervinus var. bambusinus, Pluteus cervinus var. brasiliensis, Pluteus cervinus var. caespitosus, Pluteus cervinus var. ealaensis, Pluteus cervinus var. griseoviridis, Pluteus cervinus var. minor, Pluteus cervinus var. tucumanensis
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Michigan Herbarium

192458Carpenter   1321948-11-17
Peru, Leoncio Prado, Tingo MarĂ­a.

USDA United States National Fungus Collections

BPI 770987Carpenter, J. B.   1321948-11-17
Peru, Tingo Maria, -9.166667 -76

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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