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I was referring to your previous observation 170852 that also has photos of two different species of Lactarius in the same observation.
any suggestion is welcome :)
But the explanation,
that different mushrooms grow side by side’s is funny
The first 3 photos look like L. maculatipes but the last 2 photos are a different species and look more like L. psammicola.
Again it does not matter how close together you find these. Different species grow near each other frequently.
Created: 2014-07-26 15:11:35 EEST (+0300)
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