White Mushrooms
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White Mushrooms

White Mushrooms

The mushrooms in Agaricus are terrestrial saprobes, and have fleshy caps with a dry, bare or scaly surface. The gills, initially pink and at maturity dark brown, are free from the stem and of a regular trama.
The stems of many types of Agaricus bear an attached ring. The spores are circular or elliptic, smooth, without an apical germ pore. The spore print is brown.


  • 3 kg (25-40 mm, 40-60 mm).
  • 2 kg (60-100 mm).
  • 4 x 500g (40-60 mm szalka), 6 x 250g (25-40 mm scale pan).
  • 2,5 kg – 2,72 kg (25-35mm, 35-45 mm, 45-60 mm)