Agaricaceae

[n] - large family including many familiar mushrooms
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Agaricaceae

family Agaricaceae noun large family including many familiar mushrooms
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Agaricaceae

(from the article `Agaricales`) ...fruiting bodies. Today, agarics are classified based on genetic relatedness, and thus they may or may not have gills, and fruiting bodies may or ... Umbrella-shaped sporophores are found chiefly in the agaric family (Agaricaceae), members of which bear thin, bladelike gills on the undersurface of ... ...
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Agaricaceae

Agaricaceae 1. Edible mushrooms. 2. A family of typically umbrella-shaped fungi in which the cap breaks cleanly from the stalk, which usually bears a ring. 3. Spore masses on gills dark colored when mature; found on the ground in grasslands and open woodlands.
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Agaricaceae

Agaricaceae is a large family of fungi including many familiar mushrooms.
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Agaricaceae

The Agaricaceae are a family of basidiomycete fungi and includes the genus Agaricus, as well as basidiomycetes previously classified in the families Tulostomataceae, Lepiotaceae, and Lycoperdaceae. ==Taxonomy== The family Agaricaceae was published by French botanist François Fulgis Chevallier in 1826. It is named after the type genus Agaricus, or...
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