Dataset: NY
Taxa: Simocybe centunculus (Simocybe centunculus var. centunculus, Simocybe centunculus var. laevigata, Simocybe centunculus var. maritima, Simocybe centunculus var. obscura), Simocybe centunculus var. centunculus (Simocybe centunculus, Naucoria centunculus, Ramicola centunculus, Agaricus centunculus var. centunculus, Agrocybe centunculus f. centunculus, Agrocybe centunculus var. centunculus, Naucoria centunculus f. centunculus, Naucoria centunculus var. centunculus, Ramicola centunculus f. centunculus, Simocybe centunculus f. centunculus), Simocybe centunculus var. laevigata (Naucoria laevigata, Ramicola laevigata, Simocybe laevigata, Naucoria centunculus var. laevigata), Simocybe centunculus var. maritima (Naucoria laevigata var. maritima), Simocybe centunculus var. obscura (Naucoria centunculus var. obscura), Simocybe centunculus var. filopes
Search Criteria: New York; Suffolk; Long Island; Carol Capaldo; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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