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R. cavipes is strictly found with firs and there are no firs, besides it has a hollow stipe (“cavipes”). R. cessans is similar but has different spore ornamentation.
R. puellaris is completely mild and strongly yellowing when touched.
Besides puellaris, R. nauseosa is very common in mountaineous spruce forests as well as in plain conifer forests.
How do you distinguish it from R. cavipes, R. puellaris, R.cessans or other similar species?
Created: 2012-07-14 23:10:02 CEST (+0200)
Last modified: 2012-07-14 23:10:04 CEST (+0200)
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