1. (noun) field mushroom, Agaricus campestris - a mushroom with a white or fawnish cap and pinkish gills which turn brown as the mushroom matures. Common in pastures in summer and autumn.
2. (noun) clubmoss, Lycopodium spp - scrambling or epiphytic plants of various species. Main stems are usually long-creeping, branched and underground. Aerial stems fork repeatedly and are narrow. Small leaves spirally arranged around stem or flattened into one plane.
See also mātukutuku