J. U. Kabir

Current Determination: Agaricus amicosus Kerrigan
Family: Agaricaceae
Det. by: R. W. Kerrigan
Identification notes: specimen not at The Field Museum (F); Kerrigan has specimen. RWK 2005. Det RWK. Orange with ETOH. Orange-red with AXA (modified aniline shaffers solution). Mushroom odor. Cap appressed - smooth - fib./squar.; Do not have copy of label
Location: United States of America: Colorado
Locality: Henderson Mine
Coordinates: 39.7686 -105.852
Habitat/Microhabitat: Douglas Fir, Spruce
Additional data: specimen not at The Field Museum (F); Kerrigan has specimen. RWK 2005. Det RWK. Orange with ETOH. Orange-red with AXA (modified aniline shaffers solution). Mushroom odor. Cap appressed - smooth - fib./squar.; Do not have copy of label

Collector(s): J. U. Kabir
Collection Date: 11 August 2010
Catalog Subset: Fungi
Catalog Project: NAMA Vouchers
EMu IRN: 3559854
OccurenceID: 5514f10c-81bd-4c26-a031-6cedacc1c9c7

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