- a smooth, edible, large white-capped mushroom, Agaricus arvensis, that has the odor of anise, common in North American meadows and fields.
Origin of horse mushroom
First recorded in 1865–70
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- a large edible agaricaceous field mushroom, Agaricus arvensis, with a white cap and greyish gills
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