Observation 192085: Lactarius Pers.

When: 2014-09-12

Collection location: Highway 20 and Mineral Springs Rd., Porter Co., Indiana, USA [Click for map]

Who: Nadeem (naoalia)

No specimen available

This specimen is solitary with a few clusters. It was found in a woodland. The pileus is white-tan with a moderate indent in the middle. The surface is a rolled margin that is smooth. The Hymenium is a layer of white lactating white gills with a decurrent attachment. The stipe is squamulose/smooth and is off white/tan in color. the latex of the specimen is white/milky. This specimen was tasted and found to be spicy. The size of the stope was 8.5 cm with a width of 1.9cm. The pileus thickness is 1cm. The width of the pileus was found to be 6.cm.

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