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Synonyms: Agaricus claviformis, Agaricus ficoides, Agaricus miniatus, Agaricus pratensis, Agaricus vitulinus, Camarophyllus berkeleyanus, Camarophyllus berkeleyi, Camarophyllus bicolor, Camarophyllus pratensis, Cuphophyllus berkeleyi, Gymnopus pratensis, Hygrocybe angustifolia, Hygrocybe berkeleyana, Hygrocybe berkeleyi, Hygrocybe ortonii, Hygrocybe pallida, Hygrocybe pratensis, Hygrophorus berkeleyi, Hygrophorus bicolor, Hygrophorus karstenii, Hygrophorus luteus, Hygrophorus ortonii, Hygrophorus pratensis.
Common name: meadow wax cap.
Russian names: Gigrofor lugovoy, Kufofill lugovoy, Gigrotsibe lugovoe.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Cuphophyllus pratensis is a species of agaric (gilled mushroom) in the family Hygrophoraceae. It has been given the recommended English name of meadow waxcap in the UK and in North America has variously been called the meadow waxy cap, salmon waxy cap, and butter meadowcap. The species has a widespread, mainly temperate distribution, occurring in grassland in Europe and in woodland elsewhere. The basidiocarps (fruit bodies) are edible and are occasionally collected and sold commercially.
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