S. Russell

Creator(s):
Creator role(s):
  • North American Mycological Association Foray 2014: specimen # NAMA 2014-421
    (c) [NAMA] North American Mycological Association - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: North American Mycological Association Foray 2014: specimen # NAMA 2014-421
  • North American Mycological Association Foray 2014: specimen # NAMA 2014-421
    (c) [NAMA] North American Mycological Association - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: North American Mycological Association Foray 2014: specimen # NAMA 2014-421
Current Determination: Agaricus moelleri Wasser
Family: Agaricaceae
Det. by: J. M. Birkebak
Identification notes: S. Russell wrote "only in Europe" but Kuo says A. moelleri occurs in west.
Location: United States of America: Washington
Locality: Charles Lathrop Pack Experimental and Demonstration Forest: Regeneration Trail
Coordinates: 46.8381 -122.298
Additional data: S. Russell wrote "only in Europe" but Kuo says A. moelleri occurs in west.

Collector(s): S. Russell
Collection Date: 11 October 2014
Catalog Subset: Fungi
Catalog Project: NAMA Vouchers
EMu IRN: 3556746
OccurenceID: f51faa3e-8626-468a-995b-5ce8bb3224af

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