Definition of Agaricus arvensis
1. Noun. Coarse edible mushroom with a hollow stem and a broad white cap.
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Literary usage of Agaricus arvensis
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1. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1915)
"Dot. Ga~., 42: 241-264, pis. 7-12, 1906. 29 Atkinson, Geo. F., " The Development of agaricus arvensis and A. ..."
2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"agaricus arvensis, L.—Berks. (Abingdon), K & Q. 4, i. 564. Champignon. A general name for Agaricus oreades, Bolt., which was not known to our older authors. ..."
3. Report (1904)
"Agaricus. arvensis Schaeff. Fields and roadsides. Not plentiful. Summer. Agaricus campester L; Fields and gardens. Common. Summer and autumn. ..."
4. Studies of American Fungi: Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, Etc by George Francis Atkinson (1900)
"The field mushroom, or horse mushroom, agaricus arvensis, grows in fields or pastures, sometimes under trees and in borders of woods. ..."
5. A Text-book of Mycology and Plant Pathology by John William Harshberger (1917)
"agaricus arvensis is to be found in fields, pastures, and waste places. It is closely related to the ordinary cultivated mushroom, but differs in its larger ..."
6. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1916)
"... Hypholoma by Miss ALLEN (i) and by BEERS (u); Stropharia ambigua by ZELLER (23); agaricus arvensis and A. ..."