Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Agaricus sylvaticus (Agaricus haemorrhoidarius), Agaricus haemorrhoidarius, Agaricus sylvaticus f. fagetorum, Agaricus sylvaticus f. sylvaticus, Agaricus sylvaticus subsp. benesii, Agaricus sylvaticus var. benesii, Agaricus sylvaticus var. fuscosquamatus, Agaricus sylvaticus var. rubribrunnescens, Agaricus sylvaticus var. saturatus, Agaricus sylvaticus var. sylvaticus, Agaricus sylvaticus subsp. occidentalis, Agaricus haemorrhoidarius f. haemorrhoidarius, Agaricus haemorrhoidarius var. haemorrhoidarius
Search Criteria: New York; Long Island; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York State Museum


NYS:NYSd
NYSd4721Conklin, Mrs.   
United States, NEW YORK, Long Island, near Canarsie Bay.

University of Michigan Herbarium


MICH:Fungi
197354Mrs. Cauklin   s. n.
USA, New York, Long Island


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