Observation 191797: Lactifluus piperatus (L.) Roussel
When: 2014-12-05
Who: gkrstevs
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This organism was found isolated on leaf litter in an oak woodland. The centrally located pileus was white, dry, dull, smooth, and had a diameter of 3.3 cm. The pileal margin was nonstriate smooth with a broadly convex shape with moderate indentation. The pileus bruised a brown/orange. When split open the white flesh produced a milky white latex. The white/cream gills were adnate with tooth. Their margins were even. The gills were tightly packed with a level 4 tiers. The white/yellow stipe was smooth and equal. Its dimensions were 3.5 × 1.2 cm. The stipe flesh was white and fluffy. There was no veil, volva, or annulus

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