Observation 192108: Lactarius atroviridis Peck
When: 2014-09-26

Notes: Habitat- Oak and pine woods, sandy soil
Spores- 6.64-8.30×4.98-6.64 microns, ornamentation less then or equal to 1.0 micron
Pileus- 8.5-11.5 cm, green with dark spots, turns purple upon reaction with KOH
Stipe- 3.2-5.0×1.3-1.5
Gills- Milk creamy white, bruises greenish brown

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Proposed Names

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Used references: Mushrooms of the Midwest (M. Kuo & A. Methven), North American Mushrooms a Field Guide To Edible and Inedible Fungi (O. & H. Miller),http://www.mushroomexpert.com/lactarius_atroviridis.html

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Interesting
By: katwerner89
2016-10-10 23:25:59 CDT (-0400)

That’s pretty cool! The Indiana dunes area is full of interesting fungi.

As far as I can tell,
By: Stephen Russell (Mycota)
2016-10-09 17:01:18 CDT (-0400)

This was the first record of the species from Indiana. I found it for the first time personally this weekend, also in the NW corner at Dunes State Park.

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