R. Pastorino

Creator(s):
Creator role(s):
  • North American Mycological Association Foray 2010: specimen # NAMA 2010-184
    [Copyright] [NAMA] North American Mycological Association - CC BY-NC
    Description: North American Mycological Association Foray 2010: specimen # NAMA 2010-184
  • North American Mycological Association Foray 2010: specimen # NAMA 2010-184
    [Copyright] [NAMA] North American Mycological Association - CC BY-NC
    Description: North American Mycological Association Foray 2010: specimen # NAMA 2010-184
Current Determination: Agaricus silvicola (Vittad.) Peck
Family: Pluteaceae
Det. by: R. W. Kerrigan
Identification notes: Specimen with RWK; Label ? Agaricus aff. silvicola
Location: U.S.A.: Colorado
Locality: Dead Horse Creek Trailhead
Coordinates: 39.89 -105.882
Elevation: 2804
Habitat/Microhabitat: Lodgepole Pine, Spruce
Additional data: Specimen with RWK; Label ? Agaricus aff. silvicola

Collector(s): R. Pastorino
Collection Date: 12 August 2010
Catalog Subset: Fungi
Catalog Project: NAMA Vouchers
EMu IRN: 3556752
OccurenceID: 3f09dc80-09d9-4a2f-9ccc-d2f5733a5439

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