Notes: Original Herbarium Label: Agaricus campestris L.
The sporocarp was young
Notes on the herbarium label:
Single fruit. body
Cap white, dentre slightly tan
smooth ø 4 cm NH4 negat.
Stipe white, not yellow bruising 7 cm x 1 cm
Veil thin, white forming ring
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what I would call a “field Agaricus” here in eastern NA. (I say “field Agaricus” because, as I understand the situation, “compestris” is a Euro name with dubious application in NA.) The persistent membranous ring does not fit my concept of the relevant group of species.
I understand that western NA is much different than eastern NA. But I would not expect such a notable deviation in morphology, especially with a grass-loving saprobe.
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