Field Mushroom

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Unsigned model of the Field mushroom (Agaricus campestris). This lifelike mushroom model is made of Painted plaster on a black wooden stand. Probably manufactured by Somso around 1900. On the bottom of the botanical mushroom a description in German with characteristics of the cap, the stem, slats, spurs, odor, taste and common living and growing conditions. The model is still made by Somso.

Agaricus campestris, commonly referred to as the field mushroom or meadow mushroom in North America, is a widely consumed gilled mushroom that shares a close relation with the cultivated A. bisporus, also known as the button mushroom. Carl Linnaeus originally identified and named this species in 1753 as Agaricus campestris.

Dimensions: 10 x 11,5 x 9,5 cm.

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