PRAIRIUM MUSHROOM Agaricus campestris, edible fungus of varying degrees. The Romans believed it to be great, as Horace's verses remind us: "Pratensibus optima fungis, Natura est aliis male creditur". The common name describes the habitat of preference: it grows in meadows and fields, in numerous colonies that often form a circle called locally called "witch circle"; you can find it from the summer to the fall both in the plain and in the mountains, all over Italy, up to the altitude of 2,000 meters. Photography by Patrizia Piccini, Ponzone AL, 2012

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caption: PRAIRIUM MUSHROOM Agaricus campestris, edible fungus of varying degrees. The Romans believed it to be great, as Horace's verses remind us: "Pratensibus optima fungis, Natura est aliis male creditur". The common name describes the habitat of preference: it grows in meadows and fields, in numerous colonies that often form a circle called locally called "witch circle"; you can find it from the summer to the fall both in the plain and in the mountains, all over Italy, up to the altitude of 2,000 meters. Photography by Patrizia Piccini, Ponzone AL, 2012

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