Lactarius resimus (Fr.) (Груздь мокрый, груздь настоящий), Russulaceae, Agaricales.
White cap with bearded (fringed) margin: 6-18cm slightly convex up to flattened and sunken in the centre, old one sometimes becoming funnel-shaped; margins curved in, smooth, color from white up to dull light yellow or some pinkish with dying. Cap surface is uneven and some slimy in wet weather. Damage makes weak bluish-green or dull pinkish coloring. Odor is fragrant. Flesh is white up to dull pinkish-white. Gills are attached, close, narrow and sharp-edged; color from white up to dull pinkish-white. Stalk: 1.5-4cm long, white up to pinkish-white or dull bluish-green after cross-cutting; 1.5-3cm thick, central, sometimes narrowing down, hollow with edging. Young unit has weak white milk.
Habitat: scattered to abundant in pine-tree forest and under birches. Edibility: delicious (many methods of cooking).
July – October.
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