Notes: Growing among fallen needles in a planted Pinus sylvestris grove within the limits of Akademgorodok.
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In my opinion this is within the variations of glioderma, including the yellowish hues in the slime that sometimes can be seen on the stem. What desturbs me more, is the yellowish discoloration of the gills – but I’m not an expert on these.
Andreas Gminder proposed it as merely a variety of delicata. To me, it indicates that the species is allowed to vary a lot. I hope Andreas also can make a comment to this.
Could you say a few words comparing your recent L. glioderma posts to this one? How wide a range of color is expected in the cap and stem of this species? (For example.) Is the yellow on the stipe in the second picture a common thing?
Please and thanks,
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