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Agaricus arvensis · dirvinis pievagrybis

  • horse mushroom
  • Weißer Anis-Champignon, Schaf-Egerling, Gemeiner Anis-Egerling, Schaf-Champignon
  • dirvinis pievagrybis
  • pieczarka biaława

The odor is described as like anise. It belongs to a group of Agaricus which tend to stain yellow on bruising. This is a choice edible species, being regarded as delicious. Despite this, the fruitbodies yellow-staining Agaricus species often have a build-up of heavy metals, such as cadmium and copper.

Fairly frequent in most countries of mainland Europe and parts of Asia and North America, the Horse Mushroom has also been reported from Australia as well as New Zealand. Agaricus arvensis appears in manured meadows and beside bridle paths and other places where there is plenty of decaying organic matter, upon which it feeds saprophytically. It is one of the largest and most distinctive fungi in its genus, often forms fairy rings many metres in diameter in permanent pastures.

Vaisiakūniai balti, malonaus skonio, anyžių kvapo, lakšteliai rožiniai, vėliau – šokoladiniai, seni – juodai rudi. Auga pavieniui, grupėmis, mėgsta puveningą, trąšią dirvą. Vertingas, valgomas grybas. Kartais užauga stambūs – net iki 1,5 kg svorio. Dažnas.

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