Dataset: NY
Taxa: Agaricus silvaticus (Agaricus sylvaticus, Agaricus vinosobrunneus, Fungus haemorrhoidarius, Fungus sanguinarius, Fungus sylvaticus, Pratella haemorrhoidaria, Pratella sylvatica, Psalliota haemorrhoidaria, Psalliota sanguinaria, Psalliota sylvatica, Agaricus sylvaticus var. pallens, Agaricus sylvaticus var. pallidus, Agaricus sylvaticus var. vinosobrunneus, Agaricus sylvicola var. pallidus, Psalliota silvatica var. pallida, Agaricus haemorrhoidarius f. fagetorum, Agaricus haemorrhoidarius var. silvaticoides), Agaricus silvaticus f. fagetorum, Agaricus silvaticus f. silvaticus, Agaricus silvaticus subsp. benesii, Agaricus silvaticus var. benesii, Agaricus silvaticus var. fuscosquamatus, Agaricus silvaticus var. pallens, Agaricus silvaticus var. pallidus, Agaricus silvaticus var. rubribrunnescens, Agaricus silvaticus var. saturatus, Agaricus silvaticus var. silvaticus, Agaricus silvaticus var. vinosobrunneus
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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