A. Schabdach

Creator(s):
Creator role(s):
  • North American Mycological Association Foray 2017: specimen # NAMA 2017-250
    (c) [NAMA] North American Mycological Association - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: North American Mycological Association Foray 2017: specimen # NAMA 2017-250
  • North American Mycological Association Foray 2017: specimen # NAMA 2017-250
    (c) [NAMA] North American Mycological Association - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: North American Mycological Association Foray 2017: specimen # NAMA 2017-250
Current Determination: Agaricus macrosporus (F. H. Møller & Jul. Schäff.) Pilát
Family: Agaricaceae
Det. by: John R. Plischke III
Identification notes: Agaricus cf. arvensis det. by Michael W. Beug
Location: United States of America: Wisconsin
Locality: Someone's yard between Cable and Bayfield
Coordinates: 46.516 -91.0604

Collector(s): A. Schabdach
Collection Date: 8 September 2017
Catalog Subset: Fungi
Catalog Project: NAMA Vouchers
EMu IRN: 3774220
OccurenceID: 9feedf8e-f4cb-4e11-bfff-c72570399473

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