Observation 114656: Lactarius Pers.
When: 2012-10-12
( 1555m)
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: Under Quercus (oak), near a river. Growing lignicolous in leaves and sticks.

Smells strongly like maple syrup when dried.

Spores spiky, 1 u spikes, not reticulate, no ridges, globose, 7 × 7.

Lamellar cystidia 25 × 7 – 10, clavate/ovoid.

Herbarium specimen is in the “La Martinica 2012” bag.

Images

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Gill cross section 100x, in melzers
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Pileus cross section 100x, in melzers
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Pileus cross section 100x, in melzers
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Pileipellis cross section 400x, in melzers
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Spores 1000x, in melzers

Proposed Names

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Comments

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nifty find!
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2012-11-01 20:40:42 IST (+0530)

this is an excellant candidate for DNA analysis…why not slip a few into your luggage, Alan? Or will the smell give you away?! ;)

Not just micro differences of course, but lifestyle (on wood) and structural (extremely long stipes and lined cap margin).

Cool beans. Are your Mexican colleagues familiar with this species?

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