Notes: Code: Bot_666/2012_DSC5621
Habitat: Picea abies wood mixed with Fagus sylvatica, almost flat terrain, calcareous ground, in shade, almost no ground vegetation, partly protected from direct rain by tree canopies, average precipitations ~ 3.000 mm/year, average temperature 2-4 deg C, elevation 1.350 m (4.350 feet), alpine phytogeographical region.
Substratum: forest soil.
Place: Mt. Mangart’s Alp (Mangartska planina), north of the central meadow, East Julian Alps, Posočje, Slovenia EC
Comments: This beautiful mushroom is not common in Slovenia. It is most frequently found in cultural and not natural landscape, namely in intensively forested stands of Picea abies (Ref.:(3)). Growing solitary, scattered and in groups, over 30 pilei at the site; pileus diameter up to 13 cm, stipe up to 8 cm tall; surface of the cap viscid, some pilei beaded with orange droplets; SP white (oac909).
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1: You sell yourself unbelievably short.
2: If I would travel to Slovenia purely to mushroom hunt with the help of a text of your making, someone else probably would as well. The popularity of region-specific texts is not limited to the region(s) they refer to. The market for a Slovenian fungi reference includes mycologists and mushroom hunters from throughout Eastern Europe and the rest of the world, especially if it’s written in English.
Thank you Danny and Martin. Danny, I regret, but there will be nothing with the book you would like to see. I am incompetent to write something good in mycology. Also in a nation with 2 M people it is impossible to find a publisher, who would consciously enter loss in business.
When is your book coming out? I’ll take a dozen.
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