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What is the taxonomy of mushroom?

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The taxonomy for a certain mushroom is
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Kingdom: Fungi. Division: Basidiomycota. Class: Agaricomycetes. Order: Agaricales. Family: Tricholomataceae. Genus: Tricholoma. Binomial name: Tricholoma matsutake.
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Kingdom: bacteria. Phylum: Proteobacteria. Class: Gammaproteobacteria. Order: Enterobacteriales. Family: Enterbacteriaceae. Genus: Escherichia. Species: E.coli. The others are too
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