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Field Mushroom (Agaricus Campestris)

The mushroom on which what we regard as 'mushrooms' are based - as they were the first to be successfully cultivated. They commonly grow in fields (especially those holding cows) in Britain and more temperate areas of Europe and Northern America.

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