Lactarius glaucescens Crossl. on MyCoPortal
Lactarius glaucescens on MycoBank
Preferred Name: Lactifluus glaucescens (Crossl.) Verbeken
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photo 2 and 5. Not questioning milk.
Arcangeliella also has milk.
Close inspection of young cap should show that fungus is sequestrate: the spores are not liberated into the air. Thus the fungus relies on another means of dispersal, probably animal mycophagy.
in the 3 photo, turns greenish
looks like an Arcangeliella. It too would bleed like a Lactarius. Close examination should prove it is something else, though. Would like to see more of these. They are often covered by leaves or light humus. One species of Arcangeliella has a maple-syrup odor to it. Another smells like camphor.
Created: 2013-08-02 16:01:51 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2015-01-07 11:41:28 PST (-0800)
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