Observation 135268: Lactarius Pers.
When: 2013-06-01
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Grows on ground, cap 2cm, stem 3cm. A few hours after the rain.
Mixed forest: Quercus, Fagus and Carpinus.

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Recognized by sight: Looks more like Clitocybe in pic 2 than in pic 1
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before noticing the milk…
By: Davide Puddu (Davide Puddu)
2016-03-30 21:03:31 EDT (-0400)

it is recommended to notice if the stipe breaks like a chalk or not.If it does it indicate the Russulales.The stipe doesn’t look fibrous as i would expect it to be if it was a Clitocybe.Anyway some Lactarius have almost transparent latex , so it is sometimes difficult to see it.

It hasnt milk.
By: Bojan Seguljev (Bojan)
2013-06-02 10:38:29 EDT (-0400)

I took only those two photos. And besides size, unfortunately, I didnt took any other data. It was only 2cm in diameter. And there were 4-5 fungi near, with same size. So I dont think it is Lactarius.

Has it milk (latex)?
By: Gerhard Koller (Gerhard)
2013-06-02 10:28:32 EDT (-0400)

Looks like a small Lactarius, maybe Lactarius decipiens, if with hot milk and milk turning yellowish on air.
If it has no latex I have no idea ;)

Created: 2013-06-02 06:33:11 EDT (-0400)
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