Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Agaricus campestris (Psalliota villatica), Agaricus campestris var. campestris (Pluteus campestris, Pratella campestris, Psalliota campestris, Psalliota flocculosa, Agaricus campestris var. fuscopilosellus, Agaricus campestris var. squamulosus, Psalliota campestris var. fuscopilosella, Psalliota campestris var. squamulosa), Agaricus campestris f. campestris, Agaricus campestris f. ferruginascens, Agaricus campestris f. purpurascens, Agaricus campestris f. substerilis, Agaricus campestris f. termitum, Agaricus campestris subsp. bitorquis, Agaricus campestris subsp. campestris, Agaricus campestris subsp. robustissimus, Agaricus campestris var. albus, Agaricus campestris var. americana, Agaricus campestris var. bresadolae, Agaricus campestris var. buchananii, Agaricus campestris var. desertorum, Agaricus campestris var. elongatus, Agaricus campestris var. equester, Agaricus campestris var. equestris, Agaricus campestris var. flavescens, Agaricus campestris var. indicus, Agaricus campestris var. insignis, Agaricus campestris var. isabellinus, Agaricus campestris var. lilacinus, Agaricus campestris var. majusculus, Agaricus campestris var. maximus, Agaricus campestris var. pratensis, Agaricus campestris var. praticola, Agaricus campestris var. rufescens, Agaricus campestris var. silvicola, Agaricus campestris var. singeri, Agaricus campestris var. umbrinus, Agaricus campestris var. varius, Agaricus campestris var. xanthodermatoides, Agaricus campestris var. pleurocystidiatus
Search Criteria: Peru; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Mushroom Observer


MUOB
Agaricus campestris group
MUOB 160456Susanne Sourell   MUOB 1604562013-10-13
Peru, RegiĆ³n Cusco, Laguna de Huacarpay, -13.6244 -71.741, 3170 - 3170m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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